The entire Overwatch 2 release has arrived as the beta has begun, but players are eager to receive updates to the game. Along with gameplay improvements, the game''s appearance has been revamped. There are several variations that players may modify. The art style may be quite similar to the first version, but additional details and tweaks make a significant difference in the characters.
The new scenes show the characters have altered and reacted as seen in Reinhardt''s suit number from 08 to 09, implying a new model. Others have altered colors to suit their classes more, such as the healers'' colors being lighter to assist with being less obvious targets for enemies. All the new skins are good, but some add further significant improvements.
Sombra adds a lot to her design, from symmetrical hair to different kinds of gear. Overwatch 2''s hair textures are much better, but they''re particularly noticeable for other characters, including Tracer, Mercy, and Sombra. Her hair is subtle, and the shave is more obvious, and the technology is brighter.
Sombra, who has all of her technology on display, looks like the high-tech hacker she is. Every detail in her color scheme feels unique, like the tech on her hip standing out. Her gun is more realistic and overall she looks more refined. Cosplayers will have fun with her new design.
Lucio''s new appearance is more comfortable and aerodynamic. The neon colors add to his DJ appearance, which opens up memories of raves. He is one of the few healers who has improved the colored parts of his design. However, his overall appearance is darker, as well as lots of black to help him blend in with the environment and avoid being ravaged.
Lucio''s clothes merge with his technology better, thus the outfit is no longer looking like it''s just applied over it. Even though players are unable to see his weapon, the technology overall looks more advanced.
Tracer has gotten a similar approach to Overwatch, but this is because her character is known for speed. Both her hair and clothing are refined. Her color has remained unchanged, but she has improved by adding the colors and balancing her gradients.
Tracer has been refined out to look like a more realistic and balanced human as can be seen in her waistline. Her face has been slightly altered, making her young age more apparent, and her jacket has been changed to increase it. One of the most obvious changes is her chronal accelerator being being protected rather than sticking out and shining brighter.
Mercy''s face is one of the most apparent hair changes in the Overwatch lineup. Not only has the texture changed, but the hairstyle. She''s more mature and polished. A lot of her gear is more functional, such as her wings supporting her gliding through the air. She now believes that her armor will protect her.
Mercy is one of the few individuals with less color that changed to suit them. This is due to the fact that the color is more evenly distributed throughout her outfit. However, we do not know how her staff has changed.
Despite not getting to see how his hammer has changed, Reinhardt''s helmet has been removed to show his face and his shoulder protection has been tilted outward. He is made to act like realistic protection. He has completely new shoes to be less pointy and heavier. This weight distribution allows players to see him visually as a more tangible tank.
His signature lion emblem has been reintroduced in a second place on his chest. Color additions in various positions on his outfit break up the solid silver of his armor and make him look more dynamic.
Baptiste has drastically altered his hairstyle, transforming to a curly top with shaved sides. His colors have changed, with the shade of blue becoming darker, and the orange becoming more prominent. The increase of white and black in his outfit makes him look more refined and mature.
Baptiste now looks more like a doctor. Like Mercy, the elegant high-tech design and enhanced with bright and bright colors add a sense of professionalism for medical personnel. He is one of the characters whose weapon changes are noticeable, and it appears to be quite similar to the original.
Overwatch 2 is in development for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.