Blizzard Entertainment has released a new developer update video for Monitor 2, detailing the team’s strategy going forward. Game Director Aaron Keller revealed that the PvP side was being decoupled from PvE in order to provide fans with new content sooner. A closed alpha will take place this week for Blizzard employees and professional players.
It’s late April when things get really spicy. A closed beta for PvP will go live with 5v5 matches, four new maps in the series – Royal Circuit, Midtown, New Queen Street and Colosseo – and Push Mode. Sojourn is added as a new hero with reworks for Sombra, Bastion, Orisa, and Doomfist. There’s also a new ping system for players to try out.
Head here to register for a chance to join the beta via Battle.net. Access will be granted to players in phases and more will be added in later beta phases. Public beta testing is also coming this year with new features, maps, and other new heroes. Keller also notes that the team will be communicating more in the coming months, so stay tuned for more details.
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