There are only a few days left before Monitor 2 is a reality, and Blizzard Entertainment’s free-to-play multiplayer shooter keeps coming up with new news and information. If today we knew that new users will have to play a hundred games to be able to unlock the entire cast of original characters, now we know that Overwatch 2 could have collaborations with other licenses in the future. This was dropped by franchise vice president Jon Spector in a discuss maintained with the Game Informer portal where he reviewed the latest company news a few hours after arriving on consoles and PC.
“We’ve seen some really fun examples of games working with other brands or other games. I myself am a big anime fan. I think it’s really cool when you see Naruto appear in Fortnite. I don’t even play Fortnite, but it’s awesome. And if we look at the Overwatch 2 space, these are things we are interested in exploring. When we do it (if we do it), one of our key values is to do it in a way that feels like it fits into the Overwatch franchise,” Spector said, emphasizing the anime. especially.
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That said, we must not exclude, even less see in the future anime characters, video games or other areas of entertainment appear in Overwatch 2, either as heroes added to the cast, or as temporary appearances, or even just as skins for other characters. Anyway, remember Overwatch 2 is coming next October 4 on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and other platforms with much of their content to be unlocked by new players, as well as with locked heroes for everyone until enough progress is made in the battle pass.