Blizzard confirms more details about the upcoming Overwatch 2 PvP beta, including hero reworks and new maps players will be able to try out.
Supervision fans have been waiting years to play surveillance 2, and finally got their first break last month during the game’s PvP beta on PC. Now even more fans will have the opportunity to try surveillance 2 ahead of its early access release on October 4, as the second beta is scheduled for next week.
Blizzard has confirmed that the next surveillance 2 The PvP beta will take place on Tuesday, June 28 at 11am PT and will end on July 18. Those interested in playing the surveillance 2 beta you will have to register as it is not an open beta. Blizzard plans to send out invites in waves, though one can guarantee access to the beta by purchasing the surveillance 2 Watchpoint Bundle for $39.99. In addition to beta access, it comes with some cosmetic items and access to supervision 1 as it exists now.
Blizzard has also confirmed everything fans can expect to be included in the new surveillance 2 PvP beta. It will allow players to try out the new 5v5 format alongside new heroes Sojourn and Junker Queen. Sojourn was playable in the previous PvP beta, but this will be the first time Supervision fans can play as the new Tank Junker Queen hero. surveillance 2 Players can also check out reworks for existing heroes, including Bastion, Doomfist, Orisa, and Sombra, and new looks for other roster members.
surveillance 2The new Push game mode will be on view, represented on the Colosseo and New Queen Street maps. Two hybrid maps in the form of Midtown and Paraiso will also be available, while the Escort Circuit Royal map will also be playable.
And finally, surveillance 2The new ping system will also be available for fans to try out. The ping system was previously on display at the first surveillance 2 PvP beta, but now console players can try it out. As surveillance 2 console gamers can’t type messages as fast as their PC counterparts with their keyboards, the ping system may be more important for those playing on PlayStation and Xbox.
Blizzard may host more surveillance 2 betas between now and the game’s early access launch on October 4, but nothing official has been announced about it at the time of writing. we know that surveillance 2 has a new support hero that he has yet to reveal will be in the game at launch, so maybe a future beta will make them playable, but that’s just speculation at this point.
surveillance 2 It will launch on October 4 in Early Access for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.
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