Overwatch 2 is a worthy successor to the original Overwatch that doesn’t so much reinvent the wheel as it does improve upon it. While it does have its issues, the core gameplay and improved UI make for a fun and fully realized sequel.
The game is fun, especially for new players. Old players from OW 1 are angry for some reasons. As a player who started on season 5 I find it amazing amd engaging and fun to play. Season 6 looks cool as well.
This game is incredible, addictive, I play it since day one and the 5v5 formula is so much better than 6v6, suppression of lootboxes is perfect, I prefer way more a battlepass style, if I want to retribute the studio by buying items, I want to know what I pay for. And the season 6 tomorrow with PVE, new hero, new modes, new maps, OMG this will be absolutely insane, I can't wait !
Overwatch 2 simply exists in an awkward transition phase between the game it was and the game it wants to be. It's not a revolution by any stretch, at least not how the original game was, but it's still Overwatch and that means it's still a ton of fun.
It’s difficult to look back on a game like Overwatch and wonder what it could’ve been if it had been delayed, and released as a complete, full-priced package with none of the extras: no feel-bad Battle Passes, with the story mode and Hero Missions available to all from the get-go. It’s not all doom and gloom of course; I’ve been in denial about the change in direction for PvP, but tens of hours of playtime have convinced me that the new 5v5 format will lead to more exciting experiences going forward. For my fellow lore and character enthusiasts, well, there’s always next year.
Overwatch 2’s launch issues are still awful. Like most of you, dear readers, I didn’t get an advance copy of the game or any special connection privileges. I was with all of you in the trenches, dealing with the constant error messages and inexhaustible queues. The game’s new battle pass system remains questionable and concerning...But I am very pleased with the core gameplay changes and where the game is headed. Game development is a group effort, and although Kaplan is deeply missed, I see these changes as evidence that Team 4 is still capable of magic, and eager to prove it.
I like the game, but i dont like what has happened to it, i mean the dissapointment hearing that the skill tree was removed and that the pve costs was horrible, but the missions are good, id say worth the 15€ well some might say, but everything else is good and the game is perfectly balanced (except illari and wifeleaver) but an ok game
It used to be such a great game. Overwatch was truly a phenomenon. But someone got greedy and decided that sacrificing the golden goose for immediate profit would somehow not kill it. I give it a 4 out of respect for what it used to be. If you are oblivious to everything that happened, you might even enjoy it a bit.
SummaryTHE DAWN OF A NEW OVERWATCH - Reunite and stand together in a new age of heroes. Overwatch® 2 builds on an award-winning foundation of epic competitive play, and challenges the world's heroes to team up, power up, and take on an overwhelming outbreak of threats around the globe. A VISUAL EVOLUTION: Overwatch 2 evolves the look and feel o...