Overwatch 2 closed beta is about to go live and players are already rushing to get their ticket for a copy.
Blizzard originally announced Overwatch 2, the sequel to Overwatch, at BlizzCon 2019. The game is meant to be an updated version of the game with new maps, heroes, and an additional story mode that lets players understand the true lore behind the organization.
Here's how you can sign-up for the beta.
Overwatch 2 Closed Beta: How to Get Access
At the time of writing, an Overwatch 2 beta hasn't been confirmed. Here's what players will likely have to do if one is made available.
Go to Blizzard.com and log-in, then navigate to your account Games and Subscriptions page. If you scroll all the way to the bottom, you'll find your Beta Profile Settings. Click that, and you should be able to select the Overwatch 2 beta as something you'd be interested in playing if it becomes available.
At the time of writing, the option to opt-in for Overwatch 2 is unavailable. We encourage players to keep checking back to see when it be up on the list. Obviously, once there, players can tick the box and rejoin the waiting game with the satisfaction that they did everything they could.
Unfortunately, beyond this, there isn't much else you can do aside from sit back and wait. Blizzard removed beta keys some time ago, so you likely won't be seeing any of those anytime soon.