Overwatch 2 aims to bring a great deal of changes, including a reduction to 5v5 gameplay instead of the six member team sizes found in the original game.
Overwatch 2 director Aaron Keller explained on Blizzard’s What’s Next livestream that this change should make it easier for players to understand what’s happening in any given match.
“Overwatch has changed over time,” Keller said during the livestream. “We’ve gone from having no hero limits at all in the game, to having a hero limit.
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