Blizzard Announces Overwatch Free Weekend This Weekend

Blizzard has confirmed that a new Overwatch free weekend is being rolled out so that players can experience the title along with their friends and come up with a decision whether to buy it for newcomers in their team or not.

While Overwatch is an extremely popular first-person shooter with lots of tactical RPG elements embedded into it, there are still people who didn’t get into the game yet. Gamers who prefer titles like Dota 2 or League of Legends may not enjoy the shooting aspect. However, it is a welcome change for most players because of the fast-paced action best experienced in 60 frames per second and the tactical advantage each hero has.

Blizzard often throws multiple free weekend plays for Overwatch and this time, the event commences on 17th November and runs up to 20th November giving players enough time to explore the different maps, multiple new heroes in the game and buy the title on a discounted price tag.

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In their official statement Blizzard wrote, “All 26 heroes in Overwatch rooster will be available along with 16 maps to play with. Game modes like Quick Play, Custom Games and Arcade. All the progress you make including levelling up and customization will be carried forward to the full game when players purchase it.”

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