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Overwatch 2 will hit 120fps on the Xbox X Series



Overwatch 2 will hit 120fps on the Xbox X Series


It’s no secret that more and more games are taking advantage of the new generation of consoles, which is why, following the availability of the Overwatch 2 beta, the first details are already known. One is that Blizzard‘s new shooter will deliver 120 fps on the Xbox Series X, a not-insignificant frame rate for a shooter; and on a console.

In addition to this, the game will bring us three graphic options for us to choose the one we like the most, something that has become usual on current generation machines. These three modes will be: “Performance Mode”, “Graphics Mode” and “Balanced Mode”. But that’s not all, because Overwatch 2 has VRR support, a feature that will make the game even better.

Overwatch 2 comes out with a bang.

It should be clarified that the features listed above will only affect the Xbox X Series and PS5. For older generation consoles – Xbox ONE and PS4 – no switcher will be possible and it will come with the default graphics option, which is not surprising as they are a far cry from current machines.

Overwatch 2 patch notes, June 28, 2022 beta update info

Overwatch 2 Beta Patch Notes June 28, 2022

Blizzard has posted the beta patch notes on the official Overwatch 2 site. This beta phase is available in cross-play between PlayStation (PS4/PS5), Xbox (One and Series X/S) as well as PC players.

Overwatch Will Disappear Soon, Blizzard Is Forcing Players To Upgrade To Overwatch 2

Overwatch 2 will take over the gameplay of Overwatch 1, adding maps, heroes, additional modes and a PVE aspect (not available at release). It’s the same game, only better. Player data will be transferred from one title to another and they will not have to pay anything, since this new iteration will be free-to-play. Thereby, the very existence of Overwatch first of the name no longer has much meaning, according to Blizzard.

OVERWATCH 2 WILL COMPLETELY REPLACE OVERWATCH 2

“When Overwatch 2 launches on October 4, it will replace the current game.”

The problem in this case is that Overwatch 2 may well take up the main lines of its predecessor, it drops a few fan-favorite features. Thus, the matches will change from 6v6 to 5v5 format, which will have the effect of completely upsetting the physiognomy of the fights. Similarly, Assault mode will no longer be brought to the fore. You will simply have to adapt… or not play.

Overwatch 2 will take over the gameplay of Overwatch 1, adding maps, heroes, additional modes and a PVE aspect (not available at release). It’s the same game, only better. Player data will be transferred from one title to another and they will not have to pay anything, since this new iteration will be free-to-play. Thereby, the very existence of Overwatch first of the name no longer has much meaning, according to Blizzard.

OVERWATCH 2 WILL COMPLETELY REPLACE OVERWATCH 2

“When Overwatch 2 launches on October 4, it will replace the current game.”

The problem in this case is that Overwatch 2 may well take up the main lines of its predecessor, it drops a few fan-favorite features. Thus, the matches will change from 6v6 to 5v5 format, which will have the effect of completely upsetting the physiognomy of the fights. Similarly, Assault mode will no longer be brought to the fore. You will simply have to adapt… or not play.

“Overwatch” bows out with the release of version 2

Activision-Blizzard recently announced that the release of the game “Overwatch 2” this fall will mark the abandonment of the first opus. “Overwatch 2 will replace the current online service when it releases on October 4,” game director Aaron Keller confirmed on the community platform. “We are launching the game with new heroes, new maps and new features, but much more will arrive with the different seasons – every nine weeks,” he said.

This future second episode, which adopts a new free-to-play economic model, will no longer allow you to play with the same gameplay mode. Among other changes, the six-on-six matchups will give way to a faster-paced five-on-five mode.

People who had purchased “Overwatch” will receive exclusive content and can transfer all unlocked items and their in-game currency to the new version of the title. As for the “loot boxes”, these paid surprise lots, they will also disappear with the launch of “Overwatch 2” which is presented as a redesign of the first “Overwatch”.