Behind the Scenes of Overwatch 2’s Development

Behind the Scenes of Overwatch 2’s Development

Learn more about new maps, PvP updates, hero missions, and more.

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I’m super excited for Overwatch 2, don’t rush it guys. Just make it good!
Great to see some behind the scenes.
Any plans for a mobile iOS/Android port?

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Cant wait to play this in 2077.

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Do you not have a pc? Or a console?

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I have both yeah but still want mobile port

Then why degrade yourself like that?

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Nothing degrading about wanting to play on the go

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Then get the Switch version and a stable mobile internet connection.

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Can’t put the Switch in your pocket though.

And having to use up battery of the data device

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ah, yes. behind the scenes of the game that we have absolutely no concept of when it will become available.

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You have weak pockets then or lack a backpack.

I have small pockets and I don’t want to take a backpack

Ok so game looks AAMAAAAAAAZZZZIIIIING

Hats off to the devs, it’s going to be the best PvE game on the market. I’m really sad we probably won’t be able to play it single player according to IGN but this just looks incredible.

Reaper has the best redesign btw, Rome and New York look sensational. I love how there’s new map areas and the new skill tree is fire!!

Will be preordering as soon as it starts.

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Then why do you expect a phone version when you already have small pockets?

Switches have carry cases too, so you don’t even need a backpack.

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This game looks insanely good. Keep up the good work, Overwatch development team!!

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A phone can fit into my small pockets.

Also phones nowadays are powerful enough to run at 60fps vs Switch’s 30fps.

What did you do to my wife

You nerf her into the ground then you nerf her looks too :japanese_goblin:

why go on about gun sounds for so long but not show any new unseen characters.

It’s not about frame rates, it’s about controls.

A touchscreen is a terrible method for controlling complex games. Hence why mobile games are simpler.

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For me touch controls are fine.

I’ve played multiple FPS/shooter games on mobile without much issue

60fps would feel a lot better/look smoother

But, an iPad version would be cool too. And you could connect a controller to it