You do not know Blizzard & # 39; s team shooter Overwatch yet or just look through it? In the last weekend of July you can try the game for free. You have all 28 Heroes – including the new arrival Wrecking Ball – and 18 cards available in different game types such as Fast Search, Custom Games and the Arcade. Here is the news.
The next Overwatch (now buying for 45.00 €) -Free Weekend takes place from August 23 to 28 2018 . PC players with a Battle.net account can download and play Overwatch for free – no special keys or log-in codes. The free period starts in all regions & # 39; s and on all platforms on 23 August at 20:00 CEST and ends on 28 August at 08:59 CEST.
Before you start, you must first install the game on your PC. Follow the instructions below:
Step 1: Download the Blizzard Battle.net Desktop app if you have not already done so and start it.
Step 2: Create a Free Blizzard account or log in with your existing account.
Step 3: Click the Overwatch icon on the left of the Blizzard Battle.net Desktop app.
Step 4: Select your region from the menu and click "Install" to start the installation process.
Step 5: After the game is installed, you can click on "Play" and get started!  If you decide to buy the game after this free weekend, you keep your entire game progress on . Make sure you use the same Blizzard account that you used to play the weekend.
For more information on the installation steps of the console version and the frequently asked questions, view the official blog here.
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