One of the best things about Overwatch that players love is the Competitive Play. It's where players get to showcase their skills, as they try to climb the ladder and be on top. Now, a new Season is about to begin -- Season 4, that is. It's about time players ready themselves for another battle.
According to Express, Blizzard has just announced the arrival of Overwatch Season 4. As usual, it'll be made available across all gaming platforms -- Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The studio has also announced the respective start times and dates for players to take note.
Overwatch Season 4, in its most organic form, has already started. It was launched in Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 4 PM PST in the U.S. time zone. However, due to the difference in time, players from the UK will have to wait and stay late at night for the new season to kick off. It's set for March 1 at 12 AM.
Prior to the arrival of the new Overwatch season, players were introduced to the off season. Sure, it applies the same rule set as any other regular season in the game. However, the only difference is that no changes will be made on the players' skill ratings -- whether or not they win a match.
There are rumors that arrival of the new Overwatch Competitive Play season will mean the introduction of a new hero. After all, Blizzard has been seen to release a few updates and/or teasers. These, in one way or another, point to a possible new character coming to the title. But of course, this still remains a mystery.
In a report from TrustedReviews, two of the most talked about heroes believed to arrive to Overwatch are Doomfist and Efi Oladele. Doomfist, in particular, has long been a speculation within the community. Heck, many even believe that it's actor Terry Crews who'll do the voice lines. The other hero, on the other hand, is known to be an 11-year-old inventor who is an expert in the field of robotics.