Overwatch is one of the most competitive and entertaining games of 2019. However, its dynamic 3D environment, different goals and objectives and high number of characters with unique abilities might make it difficult to follow compared to other esports titles.
In order to get into Overwatch esports, it’s advised that you spend some time watching the game and reading about the basics covered right here.
Overwatch has many heroes with unique abilities that players can utilise to destroy the enemies. The game dynamics is very similar to League of Legends and Dota 2. Each character has a number of unique abilities, some can be used as often as the player wants, there as other take time to recharge, these include ultimate abilities. Usually, the stronger the ability or power, the longer it will take to recharge.
Overwatch might seem like a simple FPS game, but in reality it is very strategic and team play is very important. Teams are most effective when grouped in arena, this way they can push the game right from the start. The game dynamics change every few minutes, you will often find that teams gang together to push the game and then retreat to regroup and change the course of attack. Once you get into Overwatch competitive play, be it spectating or playing, you will grasp on the basics very quickly.