Those who were waiting for an Overwatch 2 news will surely love this. There’s a live stream next week that will reveal early footage.
The new director of Overwatch 2 recently announced that they would showcase the sequel’s gameplay on May 20th.
It’s just a week away!
‘Overwatch 2’ gameplay: What to expect?
While briefly talking about Overwatch 2, he said that there are two upcoming opportunities for the players.
Firstly, they will get an early look at the upcoming sequel to 2016’s blockbuster PvP title.
On May 20th, there’s a PvP live stream by Overwatch and Overwatch League teams. There, the makers will also discuss the PvP aspect of the second installment.
“PvP is at the core of what makes Overwatch so special,” said the director in the video.
Aaron Keller will join Geoff Goodman, Dion Rogers, and many others from the development team. They will play through some new maps in OW2.
However, he also told fans not to expect too much from the gameplay reveal because everything they will see is still under development.
Overwatch 2 “still is a work in progress.”
Speaking of the second opportunity that Keller mentions in the latest video, it’s the developer AMA. It will happen on May 24th.
This session will see the team talking about the last five years of the first game’s development. Moreover, there will be an emphasis on the next part as well.
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More video games in 2021
Meanwhile, there are many other big heavyweights scheduled to arrive this year.
It’s been just five months anyways. And there’s still so much to look forward to for die-hard gamers.
When it comes to the most-awaited potential blockbusters, there is Mass Effect Legendary Edition and Halo Infinite.
But that’s not it!
The line-up extends further with the likes of Death loop, Dying Light 2, New World, Humankind, and Stray.
GhostWire: Tokyo, No More Heroes 3, Back 4 Blood, Cyber Shadow, Shadow Warrior 3, and Biomutant are other crucial launches.
Several recently announced projects making a debut soon are The Day Before, Glitchpunk, and Etched Memories.
Coming back to Overwatch 2, again, it’s still in the development phase. It will release for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.
What do you think about all the major games arriving this year? Are you excited and hyped?
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