Overwatch players are sharing their memories of the game as it prepares to unplug ahead of Overwatch 2’s release.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few days, you probably already know that later today, October 3, Overwatch will be gone forever. Don’t worry though, surveillance 2 it should take its place very soon after.
Unsurprisingly, considering Overwatch has been a part of our lives since 2016, many people are getting excited about leaving the original game and sharing their memories, memes, and highlights from their time with the Blizzard FPS game.
Starting with Twitter, the official @PlayOverwatch (opens in a new tab) The account got the ball rolling by asking fans to share their favorite Overwatch 1 memories using the hashtag #see you on the other side (opens in a new tab). This led to several posts containing gameplay highlights, funny moments, and more from the first Overwatch game.
about him Overwatch Subreddit (opens in a new tab)it’s a similar story, so we’ve picked the best and most heartbreaking goodbyes and incorporated them below.
We’re celebrating our transition to the next chapter with #SeeYouOnTheOtherSide! Use the hashtag to share your favorite Overwatch 1 memories and get excited about what the future holds! 🎉Game highlights, your favorite cinematic, a funny story – we want to see it all 👀October 2, 2022
#SeeYouOnTheOtherSideBye Hanamura 🌸 My favorite map Hope to see you come back one day pic.twitter.com/c1Uo7pByqjOctober 2, 2022
end_of_an_era of r/Overwatch
i’m sure r/Overwatch
A particularly bittersweet tribute was made on the Overwatch subreddit for the user who has been drawing Zenyatta every day until the release of Overwatch 2. After completing his 216th hero illustration (opens in a new tab) and uploading it to Reddit, they can finally rest. That is until they start a new drawing challenge for Overwatch 2 probably tomorrow.
drawing_zenyatta_every_day_until_the_release_of from r/Overwatch
In other Overwatch news, Fans aren’t happy with the cost of the Overwatch 2 battle pass, which will cost players 1,000 Overwatch Coins and is equivalent to around $10 USD. There have also been some overwatch 2 mobile authentication issues ahead of the sequel’s release, which understandably has some people worried about whether or not they’ll be able to play on the big day.
Still not ready to say goodbye to Blizzard’s FPS? Read GamesRadar+’s Alyssa supervisory commendation. to help you get through it.