Overwatch 2's biggest flaw is the selection of players in matches. Fans have long complained about the system's unfairness, but the game's creators continue to strive for improvements. Jared Noyce, the shooter executive, has confirmed that more changes are in the works.
“I am certain that new information will appear next week on Aaron's blog [еллера] [...] Some improvements have already been made, but after the weekend, the developers will begin discussing a new set of modifications.”
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Matchmaking difficulties are not entirely clear, as a result of the game's supposedly shrinking player base. The developers also explained that the game selects opponents based on hidden criteria.
Because Overwatch 2 is constantly updated, it's hard to believe that users are coming back for more content. In February, a Valentine's Day event was held, and the third season launched with new content.