Blizzard has introduced that Overwatch 2 won’t be getting any extra betas in the lead up to its October launch. The announcement was made by vice chairman Jon Spector on Twitter.
“Today marks just 2 months until Overwatch 2‘s launch,” mentioned Spector on Twitter. “We know players are eager to dive in and have seen questions about the possibility of a third public beta.”
“While we continue testing OW2 daily internally, we’re not planning any additional public Beta tests.”
Development on Overwatch 2 is probably going occurring at full steam, particularly with the upcoming recreation’s implementation of latest heroes, such because the Junker Queen.
Overwatch 2‘s second beta went live back in June, and was solely out there both by being picked for the beta by Blizzard, or by buying the Watchpoint Pack. The beta launched Junker Queen as a playable character, in addition to cross-platform multiplayer.
Blizzard had lately begun surveying players on how it can monetise Overwatch 2‘s skins. The recreation won’t feature loot boxes, and can as an alternative have battle passes and in in-game retailer. The survey reportedly requested gamers their opinions on skins that might value $44.99.
The firm has since come out to state that (*2*) for the sport’s cosmetics. Blizzard has additionally confirmed that the battle move shall be priced at 1,000 Virtual Currency, which comes in at someplace between $10 and $15.
With all the precious suggestions we acquired from our alpha and 2 public beta exams, we shall be focusing our efforts on launching the very best recreation attainable on Oct. 4. (2/2)
— Jon Spector (@Spex_J) August 4, 2022