A month after its release, Overwatch 2 is a huge hit

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During the first month of Overwatch 2’s release, Blizzard revealed the number of players had reached 35 million, which led to the company being optimistic about the future of the game.

In October of last year, Activision Blizzard released the first version of Overwatch 2, but confirmed it was only for the ability to play online over the Internet, and a sequel to the game will be released in 2023 that can be enjoyed individually.

During a company blog post to announce profits for the third quarter of 2022, Overwatch 2’s remarkable success was revealed.

After collecting 25 million players within the first 10 days of the game’s release, the company confirmed that the number of players has exceeded 35 million.

According to her, the number of players spending their time on Overwatch 2 is growing exponentially every day, and the average number of hours spent by each player has increased since its launch.

As she said, she expects the game to contribute significantly to its next quarterly profits, but it did not accurately disclose the first-month profits.

In addition to announcing the collection of $ 1.78 billion in revenue for the third fiscal quarter, Blizzard also confirmed that the aforementioned amount does not include revenue from the newly released Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and the aforementioned new game.

A single-player fighting and shooting game from the point of view of a single player, Overwatch 2 is the second part of a game launched in 2016, and contains two game modes; Teamwork via the Internet, by gathering a number of players in one map and fighting between them, which is the option available since October, and the second option, which is the story or individual play, will be available in 2023, and it is a paid option for purchase.

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