Overwatch Pro Settings, Gear List, Top Players and Teams


Overwatch is a multiplayer first-person shooter game released in 2016.

The game Overwatch divides players into two teams of six, with each team choosing a character from a list of various “heroes” that are available. Each hero has a distinct playing style, and their duties are broken down into four main categories: Offense, Defense, Tank, and Support.

Overwatch is primarily an online multiplayer game, but it also features a single-player mode against computer-controlled opponents called “Practice Range.”

The game features several modes, which include Quick Play (players can use their hero), Competitive Play (players must choose heroes that fit the team’s composition), and Arcade Mode (a more casual experience).

Players gain experience points in these modes, which allows them to level up and acquire new cosmetic items such as skins or voice lines.

Overwatch Overview:

GenreFirst-Person Shooter
DeveloperBlizzard Entertainment
PlatformWindows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch
First ReleaseMay 24, 2016


The Guardian5 Stars
P.C. Gamer88/100

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Most popular Overwatch Teams

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Overwatch Game Modes

Let’s look at 7 game modes available in Overwatch. Check it out!

AssaultThe game mode “Assault” features two teams capturing points while trying to stop the other team from taking them. When one of the points is finally captured, time will increase on the clock, and both teams can start spawning closer.
ControlControl is an elimination-based game mode. There are three rounds; the first team to win two rounds wins the game.
Whichever team reaches 100% first also wins that round. When one team reaches 99%, overtime will start while the game point is still being debated.
EscortIn the game mode “Escort,” the assaulting team must escort a payload to its objective, and the opposing team must prevent them from getting there.

Each map has 2-3 checkpoints between the starting spot and the finish line. When you reach a checkpoint, your timer will be extended, and both teams will be moved back to the spawning points.
HybridThis game mode starts with an Assault Capture Point and then proceeds with the Escort objective.
Capture the FlagCapture the flag is a game mode where one flag is in your base, and the other team is in their base.

The objective is to take their flag or defend your own. When the playtime is up, the team with the most points or who reaches three first wins the match.
DeathmatchThe Deathmatch game mode is a competitive mode in which players try to eliminate the other players in 10 minutes, and the player who reaches 20 points first wins.
EliminationElimination mode is played in a first-to-three format with one life per player against another group of the same size in 1v1 or 3v3, or 6v6 teams. 

The team that destroys all opposing team members will then win that round. Heroes played during a winning match cannot be used again.


BusanBusan is the only Korean map in the game and is based in the city’s urban heart. The map has three playable areas: Downtown, Sanctuary, and M.E.K.A. Base.
IliosIlios is a beautiful map, with the players having the enjoyable experience of duking it out at the cliffside towns and ancient ruins of Greece. The map has three additional sub-maps for players to enjoy: Lighthouse, Well, and Ruins.
NepalThe map takes players to the temple where Zenyatta and Genji studied their craft. The sub-maps include Village, Shrine, and Sanctum.
OasisIt is a glittering metropolis in the heart of the desert and does an excellent job of giving an authentic futuristic vibe. The sub-maps include City Center, Gardens, and University.
HanamuraThis map is home to Hanzo and Genji has beautiful cherry blossoms adorning the courtyard.
Temple of AnubisThis map does justice to the Egyptian ruins and perfectly blends them with the game’s futuristic looks.
Volskaya IndustriesThis map is based in the heart of Russia and, as one can guess, has a heavy snow influence.
Circuit RoyalBased on the streets of Monaco and the iconic street circuit, Circuit Royal has many twists and turns that will keep everyone on their toes.
DoradoThe map is a fishing village filled with vendor stalls and pinatas.
Havana Based on the capital of Cuba, the map has a tropical feel.
JunkertownJunkertown is undoubtedly one of the unique maps of Overwatch. The map imagines a post-apocalyptic wasteland with enough room for players to scrap for the win.
RialtoRialto is heavily inspired by the City of Canals, Venice. The name Rialto is copied from one of the city’s most iconic bridges.
Route 66Who has not heard of Route 66? It is an iconic map based on one of the most iconic highways in the world.
Watchpoint: GibraltarThe map is based on an orbital launch base, which now serves as home to Winston.
Blizzard WorldA hybrid mode map, the Blizzard world is a theme park where one can find all the tiles released by Blizzard entertainment over the years.
EichenwaldeThe map is located in the heart of the Black Forest and an abandoned town with a story to tell its visitors.
HollywoodHollywood takes players inside a movie studio. The players will compete with each other at a set of an old west town.
King’s RowThe most popular map of the game, King’s Row captures London’s aesthetic beautifully.
MidtownBased on New York City, the players face each other and tackle the city environment.
NumbaniNumbani is a highly advanced African city and a haven where humans and omnics live together successfully.

Overwatch Characters

The Characters in Overwatch are termed “Heroes.”

  • D.Va
  • Doomfist
  • Junker Queen
  • Orisa
  • Reinhardt
  • Roadhog
  • Ashe
  • Soldier: 76
  • Ana
  • Bastion
  • Sojourn
  • Baptiste
  • Cassidy
  • Sombra
  • Brigitte
  • Echo
  • Symmetra
  • Kiriko
  • Genji
  • Torbjörn
  • Lúcio
  • Hanzo
  • Tracer
  • Mercy
  • Sigma
  • Junkrat
  • Widowmaker
  • Moira
  • Winston
  • Mei
  • Zenyatta
  • Wrecking Ball
  • Pharah
  • Zarya
  • Reaper


Overwatch was not designed to have a massive presence in the esports section. The game’s publisher had shown no interest in marketing the game as an esports phenomenon; in fact, the primary focus of the developers was to ‘build a great competitive game’ for the users.

After the game’s release, the developer added some new features focused on establishing Overwatch as the next big esports title.

The impact was instantaneous, with the online community getting behind it.

The first tournament was organized in 2016, just a few months after the game’s launch. The first international tournament (organized by E.S.L.) was held in the same year.

Even the developer and publisher of the game got into the action and organized an Overwatch World Cup, which has had four editions till now.

Several regional tournaments for Overwatch are still organized, including an Overwatch League, with the first season having a prize pool of $3.5 million.


  • Winner of the Best Original Game at the Golden Joystick Awards in 2016
  • Won Best Multiplayer Game at the Golden Joystick Awards 2016
  • Won the Competitive Game of the Year award at the 2016 Golden Joystick Awards
  • Winner of the Game of the Year category at The Game Awards 2016
  • Winner of the Best Multiplayer and the Best Esports Game of the Year at The Game Awards 2016
  • Won Game of the Year and the Action Game of the Year awards at the 2017 D.I.C.E. Awards
  • Winner of the Multiplayer Category at the 13th British Academy Games Awards
  • Won the Best Ongoing Game and the Best esports game at The Game Awards 2017
  • Winner of the Best esports Game at The Game Awards 2018
  • Won 2019 Webby Awards for Best Multiplayer/ Competitive Game (People’s Choice)


  • The director of this game Jeff Kaplan stepped down from his position as director of World of WarCraft to direct Overwatch.
  • D.Va is the youngest player in the game, aged 19. She is extremely popular.
  • Overwatch was the last Blizzard Entertainment until they released Diablo Immortal for smartphones.
  • LEGO collaborated with Blizzard Entertainment in 2019 for a promotional campaign. A unique costume for Bastion was made available to players who completed the Bastion’s Brick Challenge.

Valorant System Requirements

CPUIntel Core i3 or
AMD Phenom X3 8650
Intel Core i5 or
AMD Phenom II X3, 2.8 GHz
OSWindows Vista 7/8/10 – 64 bitsWindows Vista 7/8/10 – 64 bits
Video CardNVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or
ATI Radeon HD 4850 or
Intel HD Graphics 4400
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or
ATI Radeon HD 7950
Pixel Shader4.05.0
Free Disk Space30 G.B30 G.B
Dedicated Video RAM768 MB2 GB