Overwatch 2: The team is focused on the PvP component of the game

Although Overwatch 2 will present an unprecedented PvE sector, the development team is strongly concentrated in the realization of the PvP

Overwatch 2 it is certainly one of the most anticipated titles currently in development, especially if we consider that it is the sequel to one of the most successful games released in recent years. And despite the burdensome legacy he’s called upon to reap, Blizzard seems to have a lot of faith in the work of its development team. The title, as expected, will boast some new introductions, like an entire PvE sector, but given that we are talking about Overwatch, it is undeniable how the beating heart of the experience will be represented by PvP component. And according to the words of Aaron Keller, recently become head of the project following Jeff Kaplan’s departure, the development team appears to be focusing their efforts in this direction.

Overwatch 2: PvP will be at the center of the experience

Over a recent interview given to Gamespot microphones, Keller confirmed that despite Blizzard is for forces of things concentrated in realizing the brand new PvE missions, equal commitment (if not even greater) is reserved for the realization of the competitive sector of Overwatch 2. And since he is in charge of the project himself, his will is to create the best possible experience, worthy of the fame of the popular franchise.

Overwatch 2: The team is focused on the PvP component of the game

“We spent a lot of time discussing the PvE component of the game, and how it fits into our hero missions and campaign, as well as in terms of progression. But the other aspect of the game is equally important, if not more, and I am referring to the PvE sector. We have 60 million players who love this mode, and they are strongly attached to it.

We know very well, as we move forward with development, that our goal is to create the best possible experience in this regard. So as far as I’m concerned, it’s true that there is a PvE component in Overwatch 2, but personally I’m very focused on PvP and I want to make it as compelling as possible. “

Before saying goodbye, and giving you an appointment on the pages of TechGameWorld.com, we remind you that Overwatch 2 is in development for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC, although a release date has not yet been announced yet. Meanwhile, if you want to get your hands on the first chapter, perhaps at a discounted price, we recommend you take a ride on Instant Gaming.

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