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The highly anticipated sequel offers more frequent content upgrades and a new monetization model
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Activision Blizzard Inc.’s sequel to the critically acclaimed Overwatch video game launches on Tuesday, providing the US game publisher a boost to an otherwise slow year of new releases.
The changes in Overwatch 2 are more about ways to monetize the free-to-play game rather than the gameplay itself. The original Overwatch, which was released six years ago, remains one of the most celebrated games of all-time — an obsession-worthy hero shooter for all skill levels set in a Utopian, multicultural vision for the future. In both games, two teams of diversely-designed heroes compete to claim objectives by eliminating opponents and team strategy.


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