Blizzard could be hoping to change how Overwatch 2’s Battle Pass and microtransactions work after expanding player grievances around the elements.
A new Blizzard email is asking Overwatch 2 players for their perspective on the game’s battle pass and its microtransactions, flagging that the FPS may be searching for a difference in those frameworks.
In the times of the main Overwatch, many fans viewed the plunder box specialist as questionable, as it didn’t ensure what a player would get, rather reassuring the acquisition of various boxes with genuine cash.
Notwithstanding, since Overwatch 2 presented its battle pass and new ways for players to get skins, Blizzard has by and by wound up arriving in a discussion.
While Overwatch 2’s battle pass gives each player who buys it similar prizes, the way that plunder boxes don’t exist implies that anybody needing more seasoned skins or a particular incredible through the shop will wind up paying with a great deal of premium cash.
The Halloween occasion for Overwatch 2 has demonstrated this to many fans, as a portion of the pack costs has even been viewed as unlawful in specific districts.
It appears Blizzard has paid attention to fan criticism around Overwatch 2’s microtransactions and battle pass, however, as the organization has conveyed messages to specific players requesting their viewpoints on the framework.
These messages were first found by Reddit client FelineXJunkie, who expressed that they addressed points in regard to the game’s store and its battle pass.
FelineXJunkie said they trusted this was an “initial move” towards a positive change for Overwatch 2 after the game has gotten a great deal of analysis over its weighty spotlight on adaptation.
While Overwatch 2 is an allowed-to-play title, and numerous different titles falling into that class center around in-game stores, fans have found that the FPS from Blizzard has been particularly disputable.
It isn’t known the way that Blizzard is focusing on its buyer base for these messages, as some state they’ve been reached in the wake of buying the Overwatch 2 Watchpoint Pack, while others haven’t purchased anything from the game store. Blizzard has expressed in the past it is
Overwatch 2 is accessible now on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.