Overwatch Beta goes live on October 27th says Blizzard

BY AMIT BARAN ROY   |   Blizzard has made their announcement for the Beta access of Overwatch which is going to be live on October 27th 2015 in two phase format. The first phase will be the closed beta, the access to it will be given only to a fixed number of testers mostly from the American region for now. Access for the other regions will follow soon. The testers will get access to the various gameplay features and their feedback will be of utter importance to the developers. To be one among the few gamers to get the Beta invite, sign up for the Beta Access now. Those who are unable to get the invite, don’t be disappointed as there is the second phase which says that Blizzard will be organizing larger Beta weekends to ‘stress test’ their server hardware which will involve a greater pool of gamers. These Beta weekends will be available online for a limited time and will run parallel to the Closed Beta. Probably the Beta weekends will start after Blizzcon 2015 which is on 6th and 7th November 2015. To be able to have access to the Beta, keep your Battle.net account ready.


Heads Up: Overwatch is a Blizzard’s upcoming multiplayer FPS shooting game featuring co-op gameplay style with “heroes” having unique skills and abilities. The closed Beta launch has been set for October 27th 2015 only for PCs. Though, no official release date has been announced yet, I think Blizzard will continue with its Beta access for some time until most of the gamers who wants to play the game can get access. The game in development by the Warcraft master developers Blizzard Entertainment has already created much hype owning to its genre in lines of Pixar and Dreamworks. Stay tuned for our further analysis as it gets launched with the Beta.

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