RUMORS SPREAD ABOUT GAMEPLAY CHANGES IN OVERWATCH 2
New Overwatch 2 footage points to important gameplay changes.
The latest BlizzCon event seemed a bit bleak on the get-go, at least in all that concerned the upcoming release of the long-awaited Overwatch 2 game, however, fans soon started noticing some very minor changes in the early footage, which led the way for the creation of some interesting theories about changes in the gameplay for the next iteration of the popular first-person shooter.
Is it all nothing but conspiracy theories? Is there any truth to any actual plans by Blizzard to modify the Overwatch experience for the players?
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Gameplay Changes coming to Overwatch 2?
According to new theories springing up on Twitter and elsewhere, Blizzard may be considering a few relevant changes in gameplay for the yet-unreleased, next version of the popular Overwatch franchise, namely Overwatch 2, to be more precise.
The changes in question pertain to some flimsy aspects noticed by several fans during the last BlizzCon expo, relating to the max number of team heroes and tanks. Allegedly (since we haven’t yet examined the material ourselves), the footage featured only five heroes per team, and the number of tanks was reduced to a single unit as well. – Time to go BONKERS people!
True Dat, It’s all speculation. There’s not a single ounce of verifiable truth behind the statements made by these Overwatch fans on social media, and Blizzard has so-far declined to make any statements whatsoever.
While Overwatch 2 is expected to be released at some point in the future for the PS4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One consoles, there’s still no news about any Overwatch game versions for PS5, Xbox Series X and S.
As usual, we will make sure to keep you updated with Overwatch 2 news as they arrive at our gamer’s desk.
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