Blizzard also promises to release frequent updates for Overwatch 2, with all kinds of content.
After much silence and a delay that has saddened much of the community, players have been eagerly awaiting any new information about Overwatch 2. Thankfully, Blizzard has now released details on the development of the hero shooter, and it seems that the game is getting better, as it has been announced that the PvP system will be tested with the first closed beta.
Blizzard will hold a closed beta with PC players worldwide in April
The first test of Overwatch 2 will be exclusively for Blizzard staff and professional players and will take place later this week. However, the entire community will also be in for a pleasant surprise: a closed beta test will take place in April. The company announced in the latest Overwatch 2 video, in which the game’s director Aaron Keller gives an update on the development of the title.
An exact date for the closed beta has not yet been set, so stay tuned for updates from Blizzard. If you want to participate in the tests via PC, note that the company has already set up a website where you can register. They also promise to hold additional betas throughout the year, each with unreleased content, and communication will be smoother from now on.
With this, Blizzard has delivered on its recent promise and given us an excellent reason to keep an eye on what’s new in Overwatch 2. After all, there has been no shortage of concerns surrounding the game’s development, with the situation at Activision Blizzard leading to the departure of Overwatch’s executive producer.