ESPN is claiming to have a document that reveals almost everything about Overwatch two, a game that is but to be formally revealed by Blizzard.
The news comes just a couple of weeks ahead of Blizzard’s annual occasion, Blizzcon, which sees the enterprise unveil all of its future plans, new games and much more. It is anticipated that the enterprise will reveal Overwatch two then.
There’s been rumblings of an Overwatch two for a whilst now, but nothing at all set in concrete. On the other hand, it appears that ESPN is spilling all the beans right after claiming to have a document revealing all about the upcoming game.
ESPN claims that Overwatch two will have a heavy concentrate on its PvE element, and will involve a narrative and missions surrounding “a 4-player story expertise set in Rio de Janeiro.”
According to ESPN, there’ll also be a new mode referred to as Push, comprehensive with a new map which will be primarily based about Toronto. 1 new Hero is also anticipated to join the battle.
It is believed that Push and the PvE modes will be playable at BlizzCon following the game’s official announcement.
Of course, till we hear from Blizzard we have to take almost everything with a pinch of salt, but at least we do not have also lengthy to wait.
BlizzCon kicks off Friday, 1 November, and runs till Sunday, 3 November.
One more rumoured reveal from the occasion is Diablo four, a game that is been speculated about for months and months.
Spotted by German publication Gamestar.de, an upcoming – and officially-licensed – Diablo art book is on the way, and it takes place to reference a game that hasn’t been revealed to the public but: Diablo four.
Gamestar reports that the book’s description at the time of writing stated [translated via Google]: “Featuring more than 500 artworks from Diablo, Diablo II, Diablo III and Diablo IV, this book functions numerous noteworthy artworks produced for Blizzard Entertainment’s iconic action RPG, which has offered generations of fans everlasting nightmares.”
We could be seeing an official announcement in November.
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