In addition to Diablo IV, Blizzard also unveiled the sequel to its mega-popular team-based shooter during day one of BlizzCon. While Overwatch 2 closely resembles the original in terms of design, it promises plenty of new content, such as a PvP map type called Push. Fans can also expect new story missions that flesh out the game’s mythos, as well as co-op Hero Missions for leveling up their characters.

Current Overwatch players will battle side-by-side with Overwatch 2 players in PvP multiplayer; they’ll also be able to play Overwatch 2 heroes and maps. Additionally, any unlocks that Overwatch players earn on their accounts will be transferred to the sequel, which means players will keep their skins, player icons, sprays, emotes, and more!

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