Overwatch 2 Announced With Greater Emphasis On Storytelling

Overwatch was first released back in 2016 and was Blizzard’s first new IP in a very long time. It looks like Blizzard is definitely not wasting anytime because at BlizzCon 2019, about 3 years after the launch of the first Overwatch game, the developer has announced its sequel in the form of Overwatch 2.


Overwatch 2 Will Have A Greater Emphasis On Story

When Blizzard debuted Overwatch, they made a huge showing of it with a very impressive cinematic trailer, where it attempted to provide some backstory on the world of Overwatch and its characters. Over time, as more characters were added to the game, Blizzard also attempted to give each of them a backstory through animated shorts and comics.


Overwatch 2 Might Be Announced At BlizzCon 2019

Back in 2017, a Goldman Sachs analyst predicted that Blizzard could be launching Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2 in 2020. It’s starting to feel like those predictions could be coming true. This is because according to a tweet by streamer Metro, who has in the past been pretty accurate with their leaks, Blizzard could announce the game this year at BlizzCon which means there is a good chance it could […]


Physical Copy Of Overwatch For The Nintendo Switch Isn’t Actually ‘Physical’

Just like most video games, the Nintendo Switch supports both physical and digital copies of games. This means that gamers who prefer using cartridges have the option to buy it, while those who prefer digital copies can buy and download them online, so it’s not surprising that Blizzard’s Overwatch for the Switch also comes in physical form.


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There Is Now An Official Overwatch Cookbook

During the early days of video games, how players could regain health and mana were through simple items like health and mana potions, or in cases, picking up medikits littered through the game’s stage. However, we’ve started to see more effort put into the consumables in video games, where in some games, players will need to complete quests and hunt for ingredients to make certain dishes.


Blizzard Open To Overwatch Characters Being Added To Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

After an early leak in which an official Overwatch Nintendo Switch carrying case was spotted on Amazon, it was later confirmed that Overwatch would indeed be coming to the Switch. This makes it the second Blizzard game to arrive for Nintendo’s latest console which is also an indication of how well the Switch is doing.


Overwatch Legendary Edition Will Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch

The other day thanks to what looked like an officially-licensed Nintendo Switch carrying case bearing the Overwatch logo being spotted on Amazon, it led to speculation that Overwatch for the Nintendo Switch could soon be announced. If the idea of playing Overwatch on the Switch appeals to you, you’re in luck.


Officially-Licensed Overwatch Nintendo Switch Case Spotted On Amazon

Back in 2018, Blizzard launched their first game for the Nintendo Switch in the form of Diablo 3. This has opened up the door to the future possibility that more Blizzard games could arrive for the Switch. There have been talks in the past about Overwatch possibly coming to the Switch, where Blizzard acknowledged that it would be feasible.


Blizzard Teases New Hero For Overwatch

If you’re still enjoying Overwatch and wouldn’t mind seeing a new hero being added to the roster, you’re in luck because following a series of hints that Blizzard could have something new to announce, the company has officially teased its latest hero to the game in the form of Sigma, a mad scientist type of character.


Blizzard Will Put An End To Overwatch Matches If They Detect Cheating

Cheating has been a problem plaguing games for decades, but developers and publishers have started to come up with a variety of ways to deal with it. In Blizzard’s case, they have resorted to some pretty harsh penalties for cheaters in Overwatch, where right out of the gate when the game was launched, Blizzard was swift with its ban of cheaters looking to exploit the game.


Someone Got Overwatch Running On A Nintendo Switch By Using Android

The Nintendo Switch is an incredibly popular console, and as such, there are more developers interested in creating games for it than its predecessor, the Wii U. Blizzard has yet to make any of their games available on the console, although in the past, the company has expressed some interest in it.


Blizzard Reportedly Cancels Starcraft First-Person Shooter In Favor Of Diablo 4, Overwatch 2

The current storyline of Blizzard’s Starcraft franchise officially came to a close a couple of years ago. There is no doubt a ton of love for the Starcraft series, and so many are wondering what Blizzard might have planned for the future of the series. It turns out that Blizzard was developing a first-person shooter based on the Starcraft universe.


New Overwatch Hero Baptiste Unveiled

Blizzard has been teasing the launch of a new hero for its Overwatch game, and if you have been looking forward to trying out a new character, you’ll soon be able to. The official Overwatch account on YouTube has unveiled the latest hero that will soon be added to the game in the form of Baptiste.


Overwatch Is Getting More Figurines And Its Own Monopoly Set

Blizzard’s Overwatch was kind of a happy accident. The company had been working on its next-gen MMORPG codenamed Project Titan, but they later decided to scrap the project and instead used some of its assets to create Overwatch. It was a good decision because Overwatch was launched to great success and is now one of the staples in the eSports scene.