Mei has returned to the energetic roster in Overwatch 2 because of the sport’s newest replace. Originally slated to have returned (*2*), the patch was pushed again to mid-week due to vital errors discovered on the final minute.
Alongside bringing again Mei, the update additionally brings in a number of stability adjustments to heroes, and options common bug fixes and updates for PC and console gamers. A core a part of the replace consists of adjustments to Overwatch 2‘s aggressive play and matchmaking, which have gotten quite a few tuning changes.
Mei was originally disabled earlier this month when gamers had found an unintended bug with Mei’s Ice Wall capacity, which allowed gamers to achieve components of the sport’s numerous ranges that have been by no means meant to be reached by gamers.
Overwatch 2 has seen a good bit of success since its launch, having garnered over 35 million players in its first month alone.
Overwatch 2 is free-to-play, and is obtainable on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch.