Blizzard has revealed Overwatch 2 players will be able to celebrate Valentine's Day in style this year by playing the game's accompanying dating sim, Loverwatch. Launching on February 13 and running until the end of the month, Loverwatch will let you pick between Mercy and Genji and will even have a secret ending that comes with unlockables should you discover it.
Yes, even though an Overwatch dating sim is the sort of thing many of us have been waiting years for, and it'll likely be a lot of fun when it launches next week, the options are somewhat limited. Detailed in a new blog post from Blizzard, Loverwatch players will need to choose the Mercy path or the Genji path before they begin.
The Overwatch studio has also made sure no one starts making their own Loverwatch experiences part of the Overwatch canon. “Loverwatch is a non-canon text-based dating sim where players will choose between two potential dating paths: Mercy or Genji,” the post reads. “Players will be presented with dialogue options to interact with that hero and will be assisted by Cupid (who looks suspiciously like Hanzo). Unlock the secret ending, and you’ll be rewarded with a themed POTG Highlight.”
While they might well be video game characters, there's no hiding the fact a lot of Overwatch fans find some of its players pretty attractive. That might be putting it mildly, actually. Overwatch hero D.Va was the most searched term on Pornhub last October. Unfortunately for the many who searched her name to make that happen, D.Va won't be available to date in Loverwatch.
Perhaps if Loverwatch proves popular enough, Blizzard will bring the dating sim back with other heroes in the future. It's also a web browser-based sim which means you don't even need to play Overwatch 2 if you want to try it out. Loverwatch's website will go live on February 13 and remain playable until February 28. In other exciting Overwatch news, the sequel will be getting its first-ever crossover as elements from One Punch Man will be added to the game in season three.
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