Overwatch Trial Version Is Available For Free Until November 27th

Blizzard has announced an Overwatch trial version that allows access to all content for seven days. If you’re curious to try Overwatch but haven’t yet had a chance to put your hand on the popular shooting game, you’ll be glad to know that Blizzard Entertainment has announced a new free trial period for the title.

PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Overwatch trial version would be available for PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold members

The trial version will be available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One from November 20th to November 27th, and it allows access to all content, as you can freely try out all the 29 heroes, including Ashe, the newly incorporated character, the 19 maps, and each of the game modes published to date.

However, the progress made during this period can be transferred to the full edition, in case you decide to buy it later.

As usual, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users will need a subscription to PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold, respectively, to take advantage of the Blizzard’s offer.

PC gamers registered to Blizzard can download Overwatch trial version for free, and try it until November 27th

PC players, on the other hand, would simply need to use a Blizzard account and download the free Overwatch trial version. Remember that in addition to introducing Ashe, the latest patch in the game has served to balance the properties of different characters.

If you’re interested in trying the game, it’s also worth knowing that the preload for this free game period is already available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. So you can start downloading the client, so you don’t waste time preparing the content.

Overwatch has been released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows, and now, a Blizzard is offering a free Overwatch trial version for all those who have never played the game. However, the offer would be available until November 27th, so you should hurry to try the game out.

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