The controversial company known as Blizzard that loves Chinese boot soles has kicked-off its Blizzcon event. The first part has played host to revealing Overwatch 2, which further confirms the leak that dropped earlier in the year.
The below “leak” that came out in June says that more gay characters will be in this iteration and if you are skeptical, the leak also covers the newly revealed Diablo IV debut at Blizzcon with three classes confirmed by GameRant as well as Overwatch 2′s Push mode, Toronto map, and story mode thanks to Rod Breslau.
Anyway, you can check out the latest video showing multiple past trailers as one that recaps the story of Overwatch leading into the second game courtesy of PlayOverwatch:
“The enemy is out there, getting stronger, so heroes from all over the world are answering the call and joining the fight for the future. Are you with us?”
The next trailer proves the leak right again, with not one white young male being present. All heroes shown are either female, another race, an animal, or a robot. You can count Reinhardt, but that’s only one character, and he’s not a new hero.
Anyway, the above leak that is now true said the main threat would be robots, so here are robots and diversity via the latest Overwatch 2 cinematic trailer:
“When Null Sector attacks, Winston assembles a small strike team to fend off the invasion. But as hope begins to fade, the team must stand together to overcome the odds.”
Next up comes the last video trailer, which depicts gameplay, game mechanics, and other features that the second title has to offer. Oh, I should also mention that Overwatch 1 players can carry all skins and the like over to Overwatch 2.
With all of that said, you can check out the new black female hero and in-game footage of the upcoming sequel to the 2016 PvP hero shooter right here:
“Overwatch 2 is the globe-spanning sequel to Blizzard Entertainment’s acclaimed team-based game, building upon the original’s battle-honed foundation and carrying forward everything players have earned into a new era of epic competition and team play. Square off against rivals in PvP modes, and explore the Overwatch universe firsthand in all new, fully cooperative missions that challenge the world’s heroes to team up, power up, and take on an overwhelming outbreak of threats around the globe.”
Overwatch 2 has no release date yet, but I’m sure that will change moving forward into 2020. Lastly, the game will more than likely hit PC and home consoles.