The next Overwatch 2 hero will be easier to unlock by using the Battle pass.
The information was shared via Overwatch 2 game director Aaron Keller on Twitter, Ramattra, the new tank set to debut during Season 2, should be somewhat simpler to unlock for those who do not buy a battle pass.
In the first season of Overwatch 2 Season 1, players who didn’t purchase the battle pass and did not own the first Overwatch required a tier 55 or 80 of the battle pass to gain access to Kiriko, the new healer. Kiriko. To make this easier, Ramattra will be available at level 45 in the battle pass instead of 55. Additionally, certain weekly challenges have been adjusted to allow for easier completion. Rainbow Six Siege Crossover can help you with your game thinking. It can help you read about it.
Although some players want the old Overwatch system that allows new heroes to be unlocked instantly to everyone, this will help players to get access to the new character. Anyone who purchases Season 2 battle pass will gain instant access to Ramattra, but he won’t be available for competitive games at the beginning of the season. This is the norm when it comes to a new hero. The battle pass is priced at 1,000 Coins which is roughly 10 USD.
Ramattra, the brand new tank hero, joins Overwatch 2 as Season 2 launches on December 6th. It will include a brand-updated battle pass, map, and cosmetics. Ramattra can be described as a tank that can switch between types and his Omnic form, forming barriers for his team members while fighting long distances. When he’s charged, he can change to his Nemesis type, which grants the ability to attack with greater force and makes him a formidable force.
Hey all! Quick update on some changes coming to Season 2. After reviewing data for Season 1, we're moving Ramattra in to Tier 45 of the Battle Pass and making a few more weekly challenges easier to complete. Excited for you all to see everything new in Season 2 starting tomorrow!— Aaron Keller (@aaronkellerOW) December 5, 2022
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