Overwatch Closed Beta Returns on February 9

Written by Chad

February 4, 2016

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Time to get back into action with the next Overwatch Closed Beta Test.

Previously Blizzard has hinted on the next Closed Beta for their upcoming MMO Shooter Overwatch, which will also include new features that will be tested during the beta. Some of these include the following:

  • An all-new progression system
  • Two new maps, including a new game mode
  • Several hero balance updates
  • And a variety of Private Game updates, including full A.I. matches

Aside from that, some of the changes based from feedback by the beta testers will be implemented, more details will be announced about the upcoming closed beta, including the patch notes. Those who accessed the previous closed beta will be able to play the upcoming beta test. As for those who wants to participate in the beta, you can head on to the sign up page.

The America and Europe servers will open on February 9, while the Asia server will be on February 16.

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