Overwatch 2 won’t maintain any extra public betas earlier than its full launch in two months.
Blizzard exec Jon Spector tweeted the information final night time, in response to questions from followers on whether or not one other check interval would happen.
“Whereas we are going to proceed testing OW2 every day internally, we’re not planning any further public beta checks,” Spector wrote. “With all the dear suggestions we acquired from our alpha and two public beta checks, we will likely be focusing our efforts on launching the very best recreation doable on 4th Oct.”
With all the dear suggestions we acquired from our alpha and a pair of public beta checks, we will likely be focusing our efforts on launching the very best recreation doable on Oct. 4. (2/2)
— Jon Spector (@Spex_J) August 4, 2022
The primary beta was solely accessible on PC, while the second was accessible for console and PC gamers and had a wider focus, together with crossplay.
This information hasn’t gone down properly with gamers. On the Overwatch subreddit, the top-voted feedback on a dialogue publish categorical their disappointment in Blizzard and the omission of an open beta.
Reactions have been related on Twitter, with others involved in regards to the lack of latest options for assist heroes within the earlier betas.
I’m REALLY hoping they may knock helps out of the park like they’ve completed with tank and dps, and thought the third beta can be extra assist targeted and was actually wanting ahead to it! 😭 https://t.co/XC5t0v2Qq8
— QueenE (@EmilyKrumlinde) August 5, 2022