The menu music has been changed and I’m heartbroken. Apart from that, more of the same, though, which is pretty great, of course.
It’s a slightly shinier version of the original game - nothing more, nothing less. But Overwatch still does the most appealing character models in video games.
It’s still as addictive and as fun as it’s ever been. You can’t really fault the minute-to-minute gameplay.
Server issues are still ever-present, the game kicks you out when you unlock an achievement, and for new players who don’t pay for the Battle Pass, well, Blizzard doesn’t care about you. Play Quick Play and be grateful. To be honest, the game was in a much better state when it was an all-in-one £60 retail release.
It’s not even a new list for a new game. You’re earning Overwatch: Origins Edition achievements, which is a little mind-boggling. A move like this is surely unprecedented.