Overwatch 2's Battle for Olympus seasonal event is ongoing. The Greek-mythology-inspired Limited Time Mode imbues a selection of seven heroes with the legendary powers of the Greek gods and monsters, pitting them against one another in an epic free-for-all deathmatch. The event also brought new cosmetics, player titles and voice lines to be equipped by heroes, but are any of them exclusive to Twitch?
Overwatch 2's Battle for Olympus Event has shaken up the game, offering a new deathmatch mode unlike any other ever released by Overwatch. In addition to its unique rules, the event also features an ongoing competition to see which hero can earn the most eliminations during the event and earn a special reward: enshrinement as a statue on the Ilios Ruins map.
The Battle for Olympus Event that arrived on Jan. 5 brought with it a host of new Greek mythology re-imaginings of heroes, such as Poseidon Ramattra (which is causing a bit of a stir), Zeus Junker Queen and Hades Pharah. These skins also come with exclusive voice lines and player titles. Some of the skins are available by completing the Battle for Olympus Battle Pass and other items can be purchased or earned by completing challenges in the new mode.
Overwatch 2 Battle for Olympus: Are There Twitch Drops?
Currently, there are no Twitch Drops explicitly attached to Overwatch 2's Battle for Olympus event. All cosmetic items for the event can be earned through the Battle Pass and in-game challenges or bought with coins in the in-game store. However, other Twitch Drops will soon be available for the Lunar New Year. Players will then be able to watch Twitch and earn cosmetics for the Year of the Rabbit, so be on the lookout for that soon.
Some of the most consistent additions to Overwatch 2 are cosmetics, such as skins and voicelines. Because the competitive meta of Overwatch 2 forbids the developers from adding content that gives mechanical advantages to players with the capacity to purchase them while unfairly hindering other players, thus leveling the playing field to skill alone, Blizzard keeps things fresh by releasing items that allow players to express themselves through their heroes.