The Overwatch Anniversary Remix event is back for the second time, bringing new style and colors to fan-favorite skins.
The end of the first Overwatch 2 The beta testing window is closed. Its absence will disappoint PC players who had weeks of playtime and were introduced to the overwatch hero edits, new maps and new design elements. To maintain interest in the game, the next installment of the Overwatch Anniversary Remix event has already started, which will feature new versions of some of Overwatch’s biggest hit skins.
The Overwatch Anniversary Remix Volume 2 Event returns on May 17 with new paint jobs on six previously released skins, while also featuring the remixed skins from the Vol. 1 overwatch event available again. The new skins include Black Wolf Hanzo (Okami Legendary skin), Hydra Symmetra (Dragon Symmetra Legendary skin), Neon Cat Sombra (Black Cat Legendary skin), Night Owl Ana (Snow Owl Legendary skin), Poison Dart Lucio (Ribbit Lucio Legendary skin ) and Noxious Roadhog (Toxic Roadhog Legendary skin).
Skins from last Weekly Challenge return, as does the first Remix event. In order of scheduled appearance, Mercy’s legendary Dr. Ziegler skin, Ashe’s Epic Mardi Gras skin, and Sigma’s Legendary Maestro skin and associated emotes and sprays under the 9-18-27 point system will be made available again for the 3 weeks of the Volume 2 remix event. Seasonal skins, sprays and emotes will also be unlocked and can be purchased with coins earned from duplicate items and random coin drops from overwatch loot boxes.
Along with the remixed skins, seasonal game modes of Winter Wonderland, Overwatch Archives, this year’s Chinese New Year celebrations “Year of the Tiger” and other associated seasonal Brawl and PvE modes such as Yeti Hunt and LucioBall, among others, will be released daily. be rotated . The themed emotes and sprays that were initially released for the eligible skins will also be back if players have enough coins or open enough loot boxes to get them.
Overwatch’s Anniversary event aims to entice players who have just had enough of the Overwatch 2 Beta to keep playing the game. These remixed skins, served with a helping of FOMO, give Blizzard the ability to keep the player base engaged while they wait for the second PvP beta. The Overwatch Anniversary Remix Volume 2 event ends on June 7. A special event with details for the Overwatch 2 Beta 2 window is already scheduled for June 19 with hopes that the second beta will come out with more new maps, reworks and access to the beta for console players.
Overwatch 2 is under development.
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