Several people are requesting when the Overwatch 2 beta will come to an end, and the unfortunate news is that the OW2 deadline is approaching soon.
Many have had the first opportunity to play Blizzard's highly anticipated sequel. You can still guarantee some playtime by purchasing a Watchpoint Pack, which includes some bonus content for the whole release.
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When does the Overwatch 2 beta end?
The Overwatch 2 beta is scheduled to conclude on July 18th.
The first demo of this game will have taken three weeks, according to the BlizzardsOW2 FAQ. It began on June 28th, and its expected end date means it will have ended in three weeks.
The PvP portion will fully launch as free to play in early access format on October 4th, although no word on when the PvE campaign will be released. The sequel will completely replace the first game.
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How to Get an OW2 Demo
Even if the Overwatch 2 beta's end date is near, you may still gain access to play before it's expired.
More invites will be sent on July 5th, so you might receive a redemption key if you haven't already. In addition, Blizzard are planning to provide access to everyone who has signed up before July 14th.
If you want to be a pro, you can simply purchase a Watchpoint Pack from either the PSN, Microsoft, or Battle.netstore.