Overwatch 2 Reveal Event Date, Time & How to Watch

In our Overwatch 2 Reveal Event Date, Time & How to Watch guide, we’re going to give you all the info you’ll need if you want to tune into the livestream. If you’re a fan of the franchise, or are planning to jump on when the sequel comes out, then you might want to participate in the event. Well, here’s how you can do so.

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overwatch 2 reveal event date time & how to watch
Overwatch 2 Reveal Event Date, Time & How to Watch

Overwatch 2 Reveal Event Livestream Release Date & Time

The release and time of the Overwatch 2 reveal event livestream will be Thursday, June 16th, 2022, at 10 PM Pacific Time. That translates to 1 PM Eastern Time / 6 PM BST / 7 PM CEST. You can do your math from there. So, if you want to watch the stream, mark your calendars and put up alarms if you need them. It should be interesting to see what Blizzard have in store here, since the Overwatch fandom hasn’t exactly been happy lately. Understandable, since everything they’ve experienced from the sequel so far makes it look like Overwatch 1.5. On the bright side, at least the game is going to be free-to-play when it launches on October 4th on the Switch, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.

How to Watch Overwatch 2 Reveal Event

You can watch the Overwatch 2 reveal livestream on either the PlayOverwatch YouTube channel or the PlayOverwatch Twitch channel, according to the official announcement. I mean, I’m sure a ton of people will host mirror streams, or themselves reacting to the streams, but if you want to go through the “proper” channels, then this is where you’re supposed to go. If you are a fan of the game, then you should definitely drop in and see what the devs have prepared for you. They’ve been tweaking the game during the beta period, and, to their credit, have been fairly responsive to fan feedback. Maybe we even get to see a new character during the stream, who knows? We’ll just have to wait and see.

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