Overwatch: 3 New Maps Revealed

However, as exciting as it is, Blizzard has not actually revealed their plans for the "Overwatch" anniversary event.

The rest of the interview is a good read for Overwatch players, as it touched upon topics such as incentives for competitive play, seasonal events, the Overwatch League, and many more.

"Overwatch" is one of the most successful games in the past year and it continues to do well.

It's been nearly a year since Overwatch blasted its way onto PS4, Xbox One and PC, and it seems Blizzard Entertainment has more than a few plans to celebrate.

Hopefully, more info about the upcoming Anniversary Event will come out soon. Many are now speculating that the event might be like their past game events. And according to the official Brazilian Overwatch Facebook page, some of these cosmetic items will include new dance emotes for some characters in the game.

Back in February, Michael Chu, the lead writer on Overwatch, reached out to community queries about Overwatch's lore, confirming that more story content was on the way for the game's universe.

Even though the company has not revealed anything yet, "Overwatch" will be having a free weekend from May 26 to 29. The sudden move is meant to give players the opportunity to try the game out thus opening up greater sales opportunities for the already popular title.

This got us wondering if Blizzard will truly be able to reach out to every gamer on the consoles to promote Overwatch. And why not? They're some of the most engaging parts of Overwatch, and easily compare to movies like Pixar's in terms of animation quality and worldbuilding.

New skins are equally welcome.

The Overwatch Anniversary Event runs all the way from May 23 until June 12. It will be released digitally across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC and it will have a lot of bonuses.

  • Latoya Cobb