Gaming News Overwatch 2: Senior Game Designer Teases Players As Next Live Stream Approaches!
While eyes are on Summer Game Fest and its announcements, Blizzard is advancing in the shadows, but it also has a few tricks up its sleeve: evidenced by Dylan Snyder’s recent Overwatch 2 teaser.
Overwatch 2: Big content for next week?
Promise what’s due: When the Overwatch 2 beta ended last May, Blizzard asked us to do a new live broadcast to discuss the future of the game. This transmission always seems to be well planned, and Dylan Snyder, Senior Game Designer in this second episode
We’re only a week away from the next Overwatch 2 live stream and I think you’ll be *very* excited 😎 pic.twitter.com/IqTctrM1Zn
– Dylan Snyder 💙 (@chronofloss) June 9, 2022
We’re a week away from the next Overwatch 2 live stream, and I think you all will be very satisfied.
Overwatch 2: June 16 live stream, what can we expect?
A teaser that leaves nothing to be discovered and marks the beginning of conjectures. First of all, we can expect the onset of a new beta phase that can take different forms. Blizzard could decide to keep it closed by making the changes promised in mid-May: the developers had mentioned the lesser attention players are paying to support-type characters. They then responded by stating that they would try to review those characters’ kits. In addition, they can also open the beta to PC gamers around the world or even console gamers.
In addition to the beta, there are many options open for next week’s stream. The focus can be on the mode Player vs Environmentwho has been discreet for the past few months. At the same time, it’s also legitimate to think about announcing a new character that would be integrated into a new beta phase (as was the case with Sojourn, for example). Finally we can dream and imagine the announcement of a possible release date for Overwatch 2, which has been constantly pushed back over the past few years.