Many Overwatch 2 players claim it is a return of form. However, Dr Disrespect claims that the sequel doesn’t solve enough problems for Overwatch.
The two-time and Blizzard’s franchise shooter have had an arduous history. However, Overwatch 2 beta might have ended that relationship.
Like many high-profile streamers Dr Disrespect got Overwatch 2 in his possession early last week. And unlike other stars of the same genre, Dr Disrespect is not impressed. He believes that the sequel is a complete failure and doesn’t do enough to make it feel like the next installment of the series.
Dr. Dr. Disrespect wondered why Overwatch 2 took so long. The updates are minimal, with the exception of a few map and hero changes (Orisa and Doomfist being two of most significant), and a 33rd player. It was an “overhaul” patch for the original game, he believes.
According to YouTube streamer, all of these are cause for concern as Overwatch has experienced many setbacks since it was launched in 2016. Overwatch League is struggling to get traction among fans. He claimed that streaming Blizzard’s shooter between 2020-two weeks ago “killing your YouTube channel” and there was no need to stream it again.
Although Dr. Disrespect might not like Overwatch 2, many other people are interested in the Blizzard sequel. xQc and Moonmoon were among the many Twitch viewers who lauded the sequel in its debut week. The show had over one million viewers.
If you’d like to test it, the invite-only Overwatch 2 beta is available until May 17th. To play, fans must watch four hours worth of Twitch streams to unlock the key.
“Overwatch 2 players claim it is a return of form. However, Dr Disrespect claims that the sequel doesn’t solve enough problems for Overwatch.” Dr. Dr. Disrespect wonders why Overwatch 2 took so long and the updates are minimal in comparison to the original game with a 33rd player.