The Overwatch 2 beta is now available on consoles and PC, and some people are confused about the term MIT and what it means on the OW2 scoreboard.
If you haven't received access to the OW2 beta since attempting to sign up, know that further invites will be sent on July 5th. As for when the whole game will be released, Blizzard has announced that the PvP portion will launch as early access in October as free-to-play for everyone.
The second beta is currently underway, and returning players have recognized changes to the scoreboard.
In Overwatch 2, what does MIT stand for?
The effect of MIT and what it stands for on the Overwatch 2 scoreboard has been mitigated.
According to the OW2 beta patch notes, this is a new statistic that includes the previous Damage Blocked, but also keeps track of damage prevented by effects such as Anas Nano Boost or Orisas Fortify.
Blizzard claims that they will also add tracking for damage caused by effects such as the Lucios Sound Barrier.
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The scoreboard for OW2 is presented.
The Overwatch 2 beta scoreboard has made modifications to the Assist statistic, in addition to MIT.
This now measures how much a player earns in what was previously referred to as Defensive or Offensive Assists. The other changes are summarized below.
If you examine the scoreboard, you will see columns for E, A, D, H, and MIT. This all stands for Eliminations, Assists, Deaths, Hero Damage dealt, Healing Done, and Damage Mitigated.
Check out Blizzards patch notes for other changes from the first beta.