Overwatch 2: Season 10 Start Date and Details

Overwatch 2’s tenth season is shaping up to be a big one, with fan complaints addressed and plenty to chew on.

Overwatch 2: Season 10 Start Date and Details

Overwatch 2 will soon begin its tenth season, and along with the usual cosmetics and battle pass additions, the season will bring some big changes and fan-requested additions, making it a season worth checking out. Naturally, players will want to know when the season begins and what to expect when it launches. This guide covers that and has all the details about season 10 of Overwatch 2.

When Does Overwatch 2 Season 10 Begin?

Overwatch 2: Season 10 Start Date and Details

Overwatch 2 season 10 is set to begin on April 16, and will see a slew of changes and new content added to the game, as well as the usual ranked rewards and resets that kick off during a season.

Season 10 looks to be a major one for the hero shooter, with plenty of quality-of-life improvements and some highly praised features and changes. This could see the game continue on its seemingly upward trend despite some less-than-stellar news about the PvE content that has dampened fans' excitement for the game in recent months.

What to Expect from Season 10 of Overwatch 2

Overwatch 2: Season 10 Start Date and Details

Season 10 is shaping up to be quite a hit, mainly thanks to some new additions and changes that fans are excited to see, starting with characters.

Season 10 will see the introduction of Venture, a new damage hero capable of digging underground and moving across the battlefield, making them the 40th hero in the game. Revealed back at Blizzcon 2023, players will also be getting a new mode called Clash that will be coming during season 10, with a trial happening from April 16 to April 29 featuring one of the two maps coming to the mode, Hanaoka.

Along with this new hero, season 10 will also do away with unlocking heroes through the battle pass. Now, they will automatically be available to players at launch, and all heroes already released will become available, much like it was in the original Overwatch, and this will be the case from now on.

There will also be a new event called Mirrorwatch, which will run from April 23 to May 13. This mode will see good become bad and bad become good, with heroes swapping factions and having abilities reimagined in this limited-time mode. As for cosmetics, players can expect a new battle pass with rewards to earn following the Mirrorwatch theme, with the Mythic skin being one called Vengence Mercy. Multiple new skins will also come to the in-game store, and the battle pass will now have you earn 600 coins throughout the pass.

Speaking of Mythics, these skins will also see significant changes thanks to the new Mythic Shop. Players will now be able to purchase, upgrade, and unlock previous Mythic skins using a new currency. Skins are added to the store after two seasons have passed, so at launch, expect the Mythics from seasons 1 to 7.

On top of all that, several heroes will get some changes in the season, with a recent Director's Take highlighting Junker Queen and Reinhardt, as well as Moira, Lucio, and Illari. Wrecking Ball will see the biggest rework, with changes to the grappling hook and adaptive shield, which will become more team-centric by applying overhealth to nearby allies.

It's shaping up to be a great season for Overwatch 2, and with more plans on the horizon for new and reworked maps, heroes, and events, it's looking good for the hero shooter and its players.

Platform(s) PS4 , PS5 , Xbox One , Switch , Xbox One S , Xbox One X , PC Released October 4, 2022 Developer(s) Blizzard Genre(s) Shooter

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