Overwatch is one of the most popular games, and it’s no surprise that new characters are announced regularly. The latest in its character lineup is Orisa, a robot that can turn into multiple weapons.”We believe that there is room to improve the current state of competitive Overwatch. The game is slowly being taken over by the dive composition, especially in tournament settings where quick team play is required. In order to bring back the fundamentals of a team-oriented game, we have created a comp called Small Compositions that has been proven in a professional setting.” Said the officials.
In the nee update, if the speculations are to be taken, it is believed that the new abilities of the hero have been revealed before the official’s launch. Regarding this, the company has cleared some of the rumors. “We heard your complaints, and we’re changing tanks to fit. Get ready for a new take on the roles of tanks, and how they interact with their team!” Said the officials. But it looks like the speculations are real and the new update will contain some abilities that have been discussed.
One of the biggest changes coming to Overwatch 2 is the new 5v5 format. The next Overwatch game will see a few changes to the core gameplay. As opposed to the current 6v6 setup, we will see a reduction in heroes per team from 6 to 5. The update will also feature a major change to Tank characters, with one per team, as against the current two.
Blizzard believes that this will help to speed up the pace of the game. Greater emphasis will be placed on movement, making defense more vital than ever. Both Tanks and Fighters will have to step up their defensive game to keep enemy Fighters at bay and to take out enemy targets before they can do too much damage. However, with small creep camps removed from the game, it is anticipated that early right-clicks of Tanks will not be a viable playstyle as they were before. Furthermore, players will need to have far superior control over their units to be able to use this method consists in the new map.
Watching Oddsore jump and kick, it’s clear that the character is a skilled fighter. She appears faster and more nimble than the OR14, her predecessor, which was a mid-range character with a rifle. Among these is an unidentified laser-based device with a greater range of damage and accuracy than previous weaponry.
Blizzard has only given out a few key details on the new Overwatch game, and they haven’t even given us an official title or release date just yet. A brand new map of New York City was recently released, and it looks incredible. Changes to the characters such as Torbjorn have been released as well. Hopefully, we will have more information soon!
The development team at Blizzard is currently working on Overwatch 2, the sequel to the first-person shooter MOBA. The game will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. OnlySP will keep you updated with the latest Overwatch 2 news.