Here is the full BlizzCon “Overwatch” schedule, including an “Overwatch 2” preview
Fifteen long months after the last BlizzCon, Blizzard’s celebration of its games and communities is about to begin with BlizzConline and the studio has unveiled the calendar for extravagance. I will be listening for all Monitoring news and announcements, as well as other in-game signs and events. Let’s take a look at the full Overwatch BlizzCon schedule (all times are ET).
Blizzard will kick off, as always, with the Opening Ceremony on Friday, February 19 at 5 p.m. ET. The opening ceremony is usually where the company makes most of its big announcements – this is where we got confirmation of Monitoring 2 during BlizzCon 2019. Expect another look at Monitoring 2, although it is unlikely that we hear anything on a release date. Maybe (hopefully) there will be some news for the current game as well.
Immediately after the end of the opening ceremony at 6:10 p.m., the Monitoring stream will move into a panel called “Behind the Scenes of Overwatch 2.“The 40-minute event will include” a behind-the-scenes look at Monitoring 2And the team “will dive into the development process and share some work in progress.” Yes please.
At 6:50 p.m., Monitoring the actors will take center stage for “The Voices of Monitoring. “They will share stories about their work on the game and perform ‘an iconic cinematic of the Monitoring universe.”
The first day of BlizzCon will end with “Monitoring: Creation of a soundtrack ”, from 8:20 pm. Blizzard Music Director Derek Duke will chat with songwriters who made some of the game’s wonderful music.
While there is unfortunately no Overwatch World Cup this BlizzCon, the Blizzard will kick off on Saturday with Monitoring action. Well, maybe. Two-time Overwatch League champions San Francisco Shock will face a dream team made up of other pros, Monitoring personalities from the community and surprise guests in several challenges. The “Overwatch League: Shock vs. The World” event starts at 3pm and lasts one hour.
After a short interlude for the “Virtual Walk of the Murlocs” at 4:05 pm, there will be a one-hour community showcase event that will air on all BlizzCon channels. the Monitoring stream will then highlight the “Creations made by the community in the workshop”.
Overwatch League Lookout point Host Soe Gschwind will have fun at 6:05 PM showing you how to make an adorable Pachimari out of plasticine. BlizzCon will end with another nifty panel like Monitoring Artist Morten Skaalvik shows you how to draw Roadhog, starting at 7.15pm.
If that’s not enough Blizzard-related content for your liking, there will be five more signage and event streaming channels for other games. On the Strategy channel on Saturday, you will also be able to watch Monitoring artist Arnold Tsang demonstrating how to draw Tracer at 6:35 p.m.
You will be able to check everything for free on YouTube and Twitch. Don’t worry about not missing anything, as all streams will be archived as VOD. And, of course, I’ll keep you posted on everything you need to know about Monitoring and Overwatch 2.