At Blizzard’s last financial meeting, President J. Allen Brack spoke briefly about the present and future of Overwatch: “It’s a remarkable franchise for Blizzard, and we will continue to dedicate resources and attention to the community and the series will grow over time ” The work plan is not just about improving the videogame that we know so far.
Brack explains that the team will continue to add “new heroes, new maps and new experiences”. fiscal year: ” they will work on the existing game […] and focus on the other work at hand. ” This new project is particularly interesting for two reasons: one, which is used immediately after talking about the “existing game” ” so it does not seem to be a simple free add; and two, which does not illustrate if we talk about a sequel, spin-off, campaign mode, movie or anything else.
That said, a couple of days ago IGN published an interview with Michael Chu, chief screenwriter and centr to the axis of the Overwatch narrative, where it was mentioned that the history of the game has a structure relatively similar to that of the Marvel cinematographic universe. Most of the events, comics, and cinematics presented so far are focused on the past to illustrate the background of the characters and corporations that shape the universe, but all this makes up a “first phase” ” culminating in the kinematics ” The call ” (the first of the whole game). What happens next? It would not be strange to imagine that the new Overwatch project will return to that same point.