Overwatch 2 has recently been closed beta and the developer has received a lot of comments about it. Blizzard Entertainment is not completely satisfied with this yet, because the developer wants to run as many online tests as possible before the game actually hits stores to see if the game is liked by players and what they don’t.
When the next beta tests are not yet known, Blizzard Entertainment will announce it at a later time. so is a favour Another new event will be held for Overwatch 2 on June 16. During the event, which will likely be a live stream, Blizzard will share more about what’s to come.
Here is a general message from Aaron Keeler, Game Director:
“The Overwatch team would like to take a moment to say a heartfelt thank you to all the players who took part in our first beta. It was exciting to see our community playing our game. The enthusiasm for this game and this universe means a lot to us, has always been and always will be.
Observation as a scientist, as a universe, is very personal to the team; Something we pour our time, creative energies and passion into. It can be intimidating to put something that means so much to you for other people to look at. Especially when you know it’s not over and you’re asking people for real and valid criticisms of what you’ve done.
But the reason we do this is important – to deliver a better game, and our players and community are the ones who make it possible. Tests like this are a vital part of improving Overwatch. We can’t wait to take everything we learned from the beta and apply it to the game, and we’re so excited to bring it back in front of you.
Thank you for your time, energy and passion.
Thank you for playing our game.”
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