The long-awaited sequel to Blizzard’s massively popular multiplayer shooter, Overwatch, is finally here. Overwatch 2 builds on the foundation of the original with a host of new features and gameplay changes designed to make the game even more enjoyable for everyone. Here’s a look at some of the most exciting new additions and changes coming in Overwatch 2 ESP.
Overwatch 2 ESP is an upcoming sequel to the 2016 multiplayer first-person shooter game Overwatch. The game will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
The game was first hinted at in a developer update video in November of 2018, where game director Jeff Kaplan said that the team was “hard at work” on the sequel and that it would be “awesome.” The game was officially announced at BlizzCon 2019 on November 1st, with a cinematic trailer and gameplay trailer being shown.
Blizzard has said that the game is not a “full sequel”, and that it will be designed to work alongside the original game. The game will be available as a standalone purchase, or as an upgrade for owners of the original game.
The game will feature new maps, heroes, and game modes, as well as a host of new features and gameplay changes.
One of the most significant changes in Overwatch 2 ESP is the introduction of Role Queue. This system will allow players to queue for a specific role, such as DPS or support, and be matched with other players who have selected the same role. This is designed to create more balanced and fair matches, as well as to allow players to more easily find others to play with who have similar skill levels and playstyles.
Another major change is the addition of Push, a new game mode that tasks teams with pushing a payload to a destination. Push is a hybrid of the existing Control and Escort game modes, and will feature unique maps and objectives.
In terms of gameplay changes, one of the most notable is the addition of a new resource called “ ultimate charge.” Ultimate charge is earned by dealing damage to enemies, and it allows heroes to charge up their ultimate abilities faster.
Overwatch 2 will also see the introduction of new Heroes. So far, only two new Heroes have been announced: Sojourn, a Canadian DPS hero, and Echo, an Austrian support hero who is able to transform into a copy of any other hero.
In terms of maps, Blizzard has announced that Overwatch 2 ESP will launch with a total of 31 maps. This includes all of the maps from the original game, as well as 10 new maps that are designed specifically for Push.
The game will also feature an updated version of the “Hero Gallery” feature from the original game, which will allow players to view the progress of their heroes and see how they have changed over time.
Finally, Blizzard has also announced a number of changes and improvements to the game’s existing features and systems. These include changes to the way that damage is calculated, a rework of the game’s progression system, and improvements to the game’s matchmaking and reporting features.