Overwatch 2 devs promise reward changes in Season 3

Overwatch 2 devs promise reward changes in Season 3
Nico Vergara Updated on by

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Overwatch 2 has quickly become one of the most popular multiplayer titles in the market since it was first released in October 2022. However, the team-based FPS entry from Blizzard has been far from immune to complaints from its wide player base.

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The game’s reward system in particular has been a community talking point for much of the current season. Players have been criticizing multiple aspects of the incentive structure Overwatch 2 has in place. This includes the numerous difficult challenges that users have to go through in order to claim a lackluster prize.

This has caused the developers to come up with a solution that can satisfy their restless player base. Luckily, it seems that they have already found a few fixes for these problems based on a post from Jared Neuss, the executive producer of Overwatch 2.

The post, which was sent by Neuss in response to a question from a player, stated the following: “We have some updates coming in S3 that we’ll be talking about soon to help address the lack of choice in rewards.” Though no specific examples were provided, more information will surely be provided as Season 3 draws nearer.

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These increasingly prevalent rewards problems have forced some players to vent out their frustrations on Reddit. One individual in particular has seemingly had enough of these unpleasant tasks after stating the following: “Compared to other F2P games and how they run things, OW2 really is one big cash grab that does not incentivize players to actually play and earn something.”

With Season 3 only a few weeks away, this may all change soon thanks to the new updates brought in by the developers.