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Overwatch 2 Season 3 starts tomorrow includes One Punch Man collaboration

Season three begins on February 7 and brings with it a host of all-new content, including the new Antarctica Control map, a new Asian Mythology theme and Battle Pass with a Mythic Kiriko skin, the Ultimate Valentine’s in-game event featuring a browser-based Overwatch Dating Simulator: Loverwatch, and an IP collaboration a collaboration with Japanese Anime “One Punch Man” —a first for Overwatch 2. What’s more, PachiMarchi returns in March.

Check out the full reveal blog for a short summary of the matchmaking, competitive, and balance changes in season three, a preview of what to expect from upcoming patches, and details on the return of the Overwatch World Cup! Season three also introduces Workshop mode with new auto-moderation tech along with several accessibility improvements.

Source: Activision-Blizzard

5 thoughts on “Overwatch 2 Season 3 starts tomorrow includes One Punch Man collaboration”

  1. Huh, i thought no one cared about character skins for FPS games because you can’t see your character anyhow “Only other players can see what you look like” And now everyone on Twitter on that hype train. Typical, just agree with the majority.

    1. I mean, I dunno. I agree with your sentiment that it doesn’t make sense, but I suppose it depends on the audience you got that sentiment from vs the Overwatch audience.

      If the majority of the OW audience had that sentiment at one point, then yeah I think it’s a bit weird of them to flip the opposite way all of a sudden. On the other hand, if given enough passage of time, opinions can change, and the general consensus changes alongside it. It’s not necessarily a case of “sheep moving with the flock”

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