Although Blizzard Overwatch 2 was announced some time ago, the company has now announced that it will be integrating cross-drama features into its flagship game Overwatch, which is available on a conditional basis with a Battle.net account. Here is the full list of upcoming changes.
From today, the concept of regions will disappear, leading to a global Battle.net. Your friends from different regions will be added to the global friend list. For now, China is not the only country affected by this change.
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On the cross play page, so, as the name implies, you can play with your friends on different platforms. Additionally, matchmaking can be changed to your liking. So you can choose to exclude players from PC or another site or, alternatively, add them to match making. The choice is yours.
“We realized some time ago that our players would be better served by a global Battle.net that excludes the notion of regions. But breaking those barriers is a lot of engineering work. Look to the future. All Battle.net players can communicate and play together anywhere.”
Jeff Allison, Senior Product Manager at Battle.net.
In addition to cross-game, cross-storage features will also be integrated into the game. Also, once these features are integrated, you can get the Gold Chest when you sign in to your Battle.net account in the game. By the end of the year. Also note that the Battle.net service logo received a small product to celebrate this event.
Source: Nintendo Life
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