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When they launch Overwatch 2 for the first time, not every player will have the same experience.

Overwatch 2: Final release of the awaited game

More modes, heroes, and cosmetics are available right away for those who are switching from the original game. Blizzard provided me with access to a brand-new Overwatch 2 account during the review time. After spending a few hours with it, I believe the new player onboarding procedure is really logical. Let’s go over the specifics of it.

The accessibility settings will be visible when you launch the game for the first time. That’s great! Though I wish Overwatch 2 had more comprehensive accessibility settings.

I’m happy that’s what new players will initially see so they can tweak the text-to-speech and color blindness choices, as well as the amount of camera wobble and enable subtitles. At this time, it could also be worthwhile to change the visual and audio settings.

The game will then enter a cinematic. Although I think it’s a reduced version, it’s essentially the same as the one from Overwatch 1. It seemed shorter than I recalled it being in the first game, but I couldn’t confirm because it just appeared the first time, I started Overwatch 2 with this account.

Although showing the cinematic from the first game may seem strange, it’s a good method to introduce new players to the fundamental narrative of the universe and what the Overwatch organization is all about.

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