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With the release of Overwatch 2, both newbies and devoted players will need to get their heads around a sizable roster of heroes and an even sizable roster of skills. Each hero in Overwatch 2 has a variety of situational strengths and weaknesses, so players who are eager to win matches must not only become familiar with the skills of the characters they wish to play but also those of every other hero, merely to ensure that nothing will catch them off guard.

It's a difficult process, and you might find your attention wandering to the enormous list below, making you second-guess the decisions that led you here, but don't become anxious. The greatest approach is to jump into the game wholeheartedly and to simply enjoy yourself. Then, when you're prepared to elevate your performance, read the suggestions for your preferred hero in the list below.

You must learn all the Overwatch 2 characters, their abilities, and how to use them if you want to be successful at the competitive aspect of the game. To discover how to master a new hero, check out this list. If an enemy keeps outwitting you, check out that hero as well to find out exactly what makes them unique and how you may prepare your next counterattack.

Here are all the Overwatch 2 heroes:

Overwatch 2 Heroes – Tanks


Originally a damaging hero, Doomfist has been changed for Overwatch 2 to be a tank. His uppercut has been replaced with a block, which enables him to take damage and use it to increase his own damage. He has also received a significant increase in health, as befits a tank.

He's still a mobile melee hero, though, and he excels at darting in and out of enemy lines rapidly, causing trouble by getting in their faces and causing mayhem while your squad picks them off as they move to defend their backline. Try canceling his seismic smash mid-air with a rocket punch as a cool trick to gain an additional boost of upward momentum.

His abilities are:

  • Hand Cannon
  • Rocket Punch
  • Power Block
  • Seismic Slam
  • The Best Defense…
  • Ultimate: Meteor Strike


Originally a damage hero, Doomfist has been transformed into a tank for Overwatch 2. Instead of using an uppercut, he now uses a block, which enables him to take damage and use it to increase his own damage. In keeping with his tank function, he has also received a significant boost in health.

He is still a mobile melee hero, though, and he excels at darting in and out of enemy lines rapidly, causing havoc by getting in their faces, and distracting them by distracting them as they turn to defend their backline with your squad. Try blocking his seismic slam in midair with a rocket punch for an added boost of upward momentum.

Her abilities are:

  • Fusion Cannons
  • Defence Matrix
  • Boosters
  • Micro Missiles
  • Eject
  • Ultimate: Self-Destruct


After being changed in Overwatch 2, Orisa is now a spear-wielding stun monster instead of a shield-firing bunker tank. She runs slowly on four legs but has a high damage-absorbing capacity. Her spear can stun and knock adversaries back, doing additional damage if you knock them into a wall.

Her ultimate attack draws enemies to her while inflicting damage gradually, then unleashes a powerful burst of damage on all nearby enemies. Use her fortify power to counteract sleep darts and other annoying effect-heavy abilities.

Her abilities are:

  • Augmented Fusion Driver
  • Energy Javelin
  • Fortify
  • Javelin Spin
  • Ultimate: Terra Surge


Reinhardt is a giant knight who wields a hammer and defends his team with a massive laser shield. He is unquestionably and objectively the best hero in Overwatch. He raises this enormous barrier to shield the group as they advance, and as danger approaches, he strikes his hammer in a broad arc around himself to push the adversaries away. Really, it's all really basic.

His trademark charge attack drives him across the map and can be utilized to pin an enemy to a wall, generally killing them. His fire strike move goes through adversaries and shields for a burst of damage. Use the enemy's ultimate to bash his hammer into the ground and stun everyone blocking his path if you discover a weakness in their defenses.

His abilities are:

  • Steadfast
  • Rocket Hammer
  • Barrier Field
  • Charge
  • Fire Strike
  • Ultimate: Earthshatter


Although he moves slowly, Roadhog, the large gas mask-wearing scoundrel has a commanding presence. He’s one of the largest tanks in the game, and he packs a massive hook that can grab out of position players and bring them to him, finishing them off with a close-range shot from his shotgun.

A popular favorite, Roadhog can quickly turn flimsy supports into dust if you can master his hook, fire, and melee combo.

His abilities are:

  • Scrap Gun
  • Chain Hook
  • Take a Breather
  • Ultimate: Whole Hog


Although it can be a little challenging for beginner players to make extensive use of this astrophysicist-turned-terrorist superweapon early on, he has a very varied arsenal to play with. Sigma can feel a bit heavy in reaction to Overwatch 2's emphasis on damage dealers and mobility, therefore it is best played on maps with limited pathways to focus his hyperspheres down, such Rialto and Hollywood, rather than any large, open ones like Junkertown or Busan.

To avoid leaving his barrier behind as he takes the lead in the fight, get in the habit of recalling it frequently. Use your opponent's accretion to stop them in their tracks, then finish them off with your hyperspheres. When facing beam heroes like Zarya and Echo, try to avoid getting stuck within his kinetic grab animation. Also, before you use your Gravitic Flux, make sure to protect him from harm. He's simple to handle once you've mastered all of that.

His abilities are:

  • Hyperspheres
  • Kinetic Grasp
  • Accretion
  • Experimental Barrier
  • Ultimate: Gravitic Flux


The ability to do damage from a distance is a minor yet significant upgrade for Winston in Overwatch 2. Even if the damage on Winston's Tesla Cannon's alt-fire isn't much to write home about, it at least demonstrates how forward-thinking Overwatch is as Winston now grasps the idea of social distance.

All of Winston's other abilities encourage going near to the enemy to cause damage, whether he uses them to jump on them, zap them with his crowd-damaging tesla cannon, or knock them around with his primal wrath. He may now target the healers of the opposition team while hopping into their backline to attack your damage heroes. He can even bounce back to your side of the battlefield to defend your healers with his new alt-fire while they tend to his wounds.

His abilities are:

  • Tesla Cannon
  • Jump Pack
  • Barrier Projector
  • Ultimate: Primal Rage

Wrecking Ball

The lore of Overwatch is a convoluted beast; on the one hand, you have a sleeper agent who was tortured into killing her husband for the tactical advantage of a terrorist group, and on the other, you have an intelligent hamster who used his mechanical prowess to win Australia's version of Robot Wars.

It's sometimes best to keep your attention on the important things, like the ability to play as a huge rolling ball and smash foes down like bowling pins. With his grappling claw, Wrecking Ball can soar over opponents, crash into them with his piledriver maneuver, and then blanket the ground in mines so that they have nowhere to stand. This ability is similar to Spider-web-swinging Man's abilities. Who needs lore if that is what tonal dissonance produces?

His abilities are:

  • Quad Cannons
  • Grappling Claw
  • Roll
  • Adaptive Shield
  • Piledriver
  • Ultimate: Minefield


Zarya can be one of the most difficult heroes for beginner Overwatch players to master because so much of her arsenal depends on having a keen awareness of your surroundings and the ability to anticipate the maneuvers of the other side. She can be one of the most satisfying characters to play once she is learned, however it is advised that you play a few dozen games as other heroes first to get a sense for how the game works before trying her out.

The main focus of Zarya's skills is on her particle barriers, which she may employ to shield herself and her teammates from harm. When a barrier is damaged, it charges Zarya's particle cannon, allowing her to melt adversaries like tofu over hot fondu when it is fully charged. Finding the perfect cadence for releasing her pink bubbles while maintaining charge is essential to succeeding with Zarya because her charge runs out quickly.

Her ultimate, Graviton Surge, is one of the most helpful in the game because it immobilizes a group of adversaries and leaves them vulnerable to any damage your team wants to deal to them. It's the kind of move that may completely change the course of a battle, making Zarya a standout among both professional and novice gamers.

Her abilities are:

  • Particle Cannon
  • Particle Barrier
  • Projected Barrier
  • Energy
  • Ultimate: Graviton Surge

Overwatch 2 Heroes – Damage


For a big chunk of damage players, Ashe's addition to Overwatch in 2018 was like a breath of fresh air. Finally, everyone broke down in tears—a hero who only has decent aim. Simply a hero with two nice guns, a grenade, and a robotic butler who could materialize on order and conquer the point on her behalf—no brilliant skills like Sombra, no unconventional fighting style like Doomfist. Since it is still Overwatch, everyone must still stand out in some way.

With her iron sights, Ashe is a fantastic counter to those troublesome flying heroes, and the blast of her dynamite is perfect for clearing a path for your team since it penetrates shields and leaves enemies with lingering burn damage. She is terrible at close quarters, but you may help her escape by aiming her coach gun at the ground. Also, don't forget to shoot her dynamite out of the sky to kill everyone in its blast radius.

Her abilities are:

  • The Viper
  • Coach Gun
  • Dynamite
  • Ultimate: B.O.B.


Bastion was a foot soldier in the former killbot army that tormented humanity and led to the creation of Overwatch. After contracting robonesia, he currently holds the distinction of being the most Hulk-like hero on the roster due to his tendency to return to killbot mode when enraged. Sorry, friend, you're getting close.

Bastion receives some substantial updates for Overwatch 2. Bastion can now transform into a turret on wheels for a brief period of time, toss in the odd tactical grenade, and then get blown up in moving position. It is no longer an immovable turret that periodically stands up to be destroyed. However, it's well worth it for his new ultimate, which lets him unleash bombs on targets from the air. amazing fun

His abilities are:

  • Configuration: Recon
  • Configuration: Assault
  • A-35 Tactical Grenade
  • Reconfigure
  • Ultimate: Configuration: Artillery


It's unclear why it needs to be noted that the cowboy's full name is Cole Cassidy; after all, it has always been such. Cole is a cowboy who is capable of performing fun cowboy activities like shooting a pistol, rolling in the mud, tucking his hat down low, and shooting a handgun quickly.

Cole used to be able to stun people with a tactical flash grenade, but that ability has been deleted for Overwatch 2 since it was judged to be too un-cowboylike. Instead, he uses a magical sticky grenade that follows enemies through the air, attaches to their bodies, and explodes them before they have a chance to react. Finally, a true cowboy thing has emerged!

His abilities are:

  • Peacekeeper
  • Combat Roll
  • Magnetic Grenade
  • Ultimate: Deadeye


Dr. Mina Liao created Echo in an effort to atone for her role in the creation of the Omnics, many of whom later turned into killbots in a battle against humanity. This time, there wouldn't be any of that bothersome murderous business; instead, she would just let Echo draw its identity from those around it, primarily Dr. Liao, before giving her the ability to shoot explosives from its fingers. Hey, wait a second, that sounds a lot like yet another killbot, Dr. Liao.

Even again, it's a relief that Dr. Liao is so persistently awful at creating non-violent peacekeeper robots because it wouldn't be much good in a game like Overwatch if she were particularly brilliant at it. Echo appears to be fighting for world peace while firing lasers, sticky bombs, melting people with a tri-beam, and morphing into an enemy to take their talents. Fantastic work, doctor.

Her abilities are:

  • Tri-Shot
  • Sticky Bombs
  • Flight
  • Focusing Beam
  • Glide
  • Ultimate: Duplicate


Genji joined Overwatch as a backflipping cyborg-ninja after narrowly escaping being killed by his brother. Despite the fact that he never sits still and that it is the enemy's responsibility to shoot him in midair, Genji would spend the rest of his days asking heals on missions. Yeesh.

Genji steals the show every time things go his way. It feels like he's reached a state of backflipping paradise when he seamlessly switches from blocking projectiles to chopping the other squad in two with a few rapid strikes from his Dragonblade. However, when things don't work out and his deflect expires in the middle of a fight that he used all of his other cooldowns to start, it is briefly energizing and then cosmically embarrassing. It is like attaining nirvana just in time to be knocked out by a backflipping show dog.

His abilities are:

  • Shuriken
  • Cyber-Agility
  • Deflect
  • Swift Strike
  • Ultimate: Dragonblade


Hanzo wants to learn the important lesson to never try to kill your sibling. It's a shame he discovered that after the fact and that he wasn't very good at it; otherwise, he wouldn't have to spend each mission patiently waiting for his cyber-ninja brother's pointless arrow-deflecting maneuver to end so he can shoot him in the head and resume pushing carts without interruption. A typical, understandable shame, really.

Two of Hanzo's alleged abilities include the ability to summon two of his family's spirit dragons when he fires an arrow, who will then advance endlessly in the arrow's direction eating everything in their path, and the use of robot legs to scale walls and rush through the air. But headshots are his true superpower. His headshots are extremely painful and satisfying to execute.

His abilities are:

  • Storm Bow
  • Storm Arrows
  • Sonic Arrow
  • Lunge
  • Wall Climb
  • Ultimate: Dragonstrike


We adore Junkrat because he roams the wasteland with his best friend Roadhog smashing things up and robbing people in a world where Australia is exactly the same as it is today with the exception that a nuclear fusion explosion also made certain people immune to bombs.

The guy just enjoys detonating things. Flik grenades are fired by his gun. He is able to launch far mines at targets. He is carrying a remote-controlled bomb strapped to a tire on his back. Even after his death, he still dumps a few bombs behind him because he is all about the bomb. The fact that it's fun to play as him may be a self-fulfilling prophecy in that case.

His abilities are:

  • Frag Launcher
  • Concussion Mine
  • Steel Trap
  • Total Mayhem
  • Ultimate: Rip-tire


Despite Soldier: 76's best efforts, Mei takes home the title of Overwatch's most Captain America-like hero for experiencing a comparable cryogenically frozen state and awakening to discover that most of the members of her team had already passed away. Despite that, she manages to be more upbeat than anybody else on the team and may even be the most heroic; unfortunate for Soldier.

Mei still deals a ton of damage and still has one of the most distinctive kits in the game, even if Overwatch 2 removed the ability for her blaster to freeze enemies in place. Once you get the hang of it, her playstyle feels incredibly creatively rewarding because of her ability to convert into an ice pop to heal and block incoming damage or create ice barriers to split the playing area.

Her abilities are:

  • Endothermic Blaster
  • Secondary Fire: Icicle
  • Cryo-Freeze
  • Ice Wall
  • Ultimate: Blizzard


Pharah's gameplay falls under the category of "simple to comprehend, nearly tough to master"; even at the top tier, the best Pharah players can experience remarkably poor days since the character is so demanding. She will require regular attention to her sparse jetpack fuel as you aim her rockets at enemies and take care to avoid getting in their line of sight lest they swat her from the skies like a very beautifully dressed gnat.

However, if you can even slightly control her, you'll experience catharsis unlike anything you've ever felt, and adversaries who would ordinarily soak up bullets will suddenly vanish amid a hail of death. Pharah isn't Junkrat, so be sure to keep some space between her and her rockets.

Her abilities are:

  • Rocket Launcher
  • Hover Jets
  • Jump Jet
  • Concussive Blast
  • Ultimate: Barrage


Fear not, for the Reaper is a kind soul who guides anyone who comes his way with an extended hand and a patient smile. He's not a steadfast crazy murderer in the Overwatch narrative, of course, but he's a great teacher when it comes to getting new players to fall in love with the game.

Reaper is surprisingly easy to grasp: approach your adversaries and fire them with his dual shotguns. To be honest, he makes for a really good healing experience overall - and not only because shooting anything with his shotguns also heals him. He can flank easily with his shadow stride move.

His abilities are:

  • Hellfire Shotguns
  • The Reaping
  • Shadow Step
  • Wraith Form
  • Ultimate: Death Blossom


The first character to join the roster for Overwatch 2 was Sojourn, giving the game's long-neglected Canadian audience some much-needed representation. She arrives fully equipped with a railgun that allows her to make long-range headshots and rocket legs that allow her to move quickly and easily to high places.

Check out our Sojourn guide for a comprehensive review of the best strategies for playing this cybernetic commando.

Her abilities are:

  • Railgun
  • Disruptor Shot
  • Power Glide
  • Ultimate: Overclock

Soldier: 76

Soldier: "76" is a very accurate shooter. He can shoot with rockets, bullets, and even with his eyes closed if you employ his ultimate ability. He not only shoots, but also runs. To shoot, run, and win the game, he must use both his legs and his rifle.

There is a little more to it than that, I grant you. Soldier is a sitting duck on any map except those where he can take the high ground. Determine the quickest way to bring his legs up high, and if doing so effectively puts pressure on the opposing team, use his biotic field to retain that position for a little while longer.

His abilities are:

  • Heavy Pulse Rifle
  • Sprint
  • Biotic Field
  • Helix Rockets
  • Ultimate: Tactical Visor


Sombra, everyone's favorite hacker, now engages her opponents in a few different ways in Overwatch 2. She can now discreetly remain around after successfully hacking enemies because she is no longer required to abandon invisibility to do so.

Although hacked adversaries may now be monitored by the entire squad for a period and Sombra does more damage to them with her machine pistol as recompense, her hack also only temporarily pauses characters' powers.

Overall, these adjustments lessen Sombra's pick-rate dominance a tiny bit while maintaining the core hacker spirit that has made her a fan favorite for years.

Her abilities are:

  • Machine Pistol
  • Translocator
  • Stealth
  • Hack
  • Opportunist
  • Ultimate: EMP


If you played Overwatch before June 2018, you might notice that Symmetra has undergone significant alteration. She had a lot more turrets to deploy, a photon projector that locked onto targets and ramped up into an arching murder beam, and she could summon a shield whenever she needed to before Sigma sort of took it.

She plays much differently now. Her beam is quite similar to Zarya's, except it gains power the longer it remains focused on shields or foes. Her teleporter, which she used to be able to summon for her team at spawn, has been replaced by a huge shield that divides the arena, and her teleporter, which was previously on cooldown, is now a summonable ability that can be utilized whenever your team needs to move into better positions.

However, dealing with her turrets is still a major pain, so overall Symm is still the same.

Her abilities are:

  • Photon Projector
  • Sentry Turret
  • Teleporter
  • Ultimate: Photon Barrier


Torbjörn, one of two Swedes on the Overwatch roster, surpasses his daughter Brigitte in this regard by defeating opponents without ever having to engage in combat. Sometimes all Torb needs to do to get into the game is to sit back and watch his machines do the work thanks to his dependable turret.

Granted, if you treat him seriously, he's also a lot of fun to play. He is an excellent pick for commanding space on a battlefield because of his rivet gun's ability to headshot enemies as long as you take into consideration its drooping arc and his ability to cover the ground in armour-melting magma with his ultimate. Just watch out for snipers; he makes a surprising target for headshots.

His abilities are:

  • Rivet Gun
  • Forge Hammer
  • Deploy Turret
  • Overload
  • Ultimate: Molten Core


Because she asks so much of the player, Tracer, the mascot of Overwatch, might be one of the most difficult heroes to learn. Nobody will object to a power that allows you to reduce damage by seconds, and her time-jumping blinks may be a lot of fun to get used to, but players frequently leave because of the character's forced combat role.

Due to Tracer's pulse pistols and short-range pulse bomb, she must play close to her opponents, and because of her extremely low health, she cannot afford to stand motionless for too long without dying. Although she will benefit from having one less tank shield in the way in Overwatch 2, don't be surprised if she still occupies a niche.

Her abilities are:

  • Pulse Pistols
  • Blink
  • Recall
  • Ultimate: Pulse Bomb


Don't let the cartoony design fool you; Widowmaker's history is the sole reason there hasn't been an animated series featuring the Overwatch cast. She was abducted, subjected to torture, forced to kill her Overwatch-affiliated husband, and eventually changed into the blue-skinned sniper who is known and loved for carrying out countless precise killings. Family-friendly entertainment

In-game, Widow excels at headshots, which is all she does. Almost any damage or support hero can be eliminated from the next battle with one successful landing. The tough part is that to get the most out of her, you need accurate shooting, good tracking abilities, and the knowledge of when to get out of harm's path. If you succeed in doing that, you'll pose a threat to every lineup.

Her abilities are:

  • Widow’s Kiss
  • Sniper Mode
  • Grappling Hook
  • Venom Mine
  • Ultimate: Infra-Sight

Overwatch 2 Heroes – Support


style mark One of the original members of Overwatch, Ana (really, check out the "Cabana" skin), is Jack Morrison's second-in-command and Fareeha Amari's missing mother. Fareeha once said, "Maybe if you were around once in a while, I could fall asleep without this flight armour on, mom."

With her sleep dart and no-heals-allowed biotic grenade, Ana can be an absolute pleasure to play, helping allies nearby and farther away while entirely turning the flow of a battle. Don't be surprised if individuals attempt to eliminate her first on a regular basis. Any Ana is capable of utterly dominating the Overwatch game if left to her own way.

Her abilities are:

  • Biotic Rifle
  • Sleep Dart
  • Biotic Grenade
  • Ultimate: Nano Boost


Baptiste, who joined the roster in 2019, immediately made an impression with his sweet energy scouter and ability to use a frisbee to stop the inevitable results of bullets going through heads. The majority of folks simply couldn't get enough of his entropy-defeating frisbee, despite the fact that you might want to discuss his awesome jumpy boots or rad pistol that fires both bullets and healing grenades.

The guy can heal everyone nearby with a squeeze of his glove and has a robot buddy that can open windows of extra damage for his entire team, but focus on the magic frisbee that prevents deaths instead. The Blizzard crew went to great lengths to create a cool character from head to toe, but compared to that ridiculous, game-changing, tactically vital to perfect frisbee, his other characteristics might as well be tears in the rain.

His abilities are:

  • Biotic Launcher
  • Regenerative Burst
  • Exo Boots
  • Immortality Field
  • Ultimate: Amplification Matrix


When Brigitte joined the Overwatch roster in early 2018, she completely wrecked the game. Brigitte is Reinhardt's squire and the daughter of Torbjörn. The combination of her stun-locking shield bash and her passive healing for teammates whenever she dealt damage made her one of the key picks during the infamous "GOAT" meta. She dominated play as an unstoppable shield maiden of destruction.

She is still a lot of fun to play even though she has somewhat less power now. While her shield bash no longer instantly knocks opponents out of their ultimate attacks, it's still enjoyable to use it to quickly move about the battlefield for better flailing and whipping positions. Her whip shot may throw opponents into pits in an incredibly satisfying slapstick fashion.

Her abilities are:

  • Rocket Flail
  • Inspire
  • Repair Pack
  • Whip Shot
  • Barrier Shield
  • Shield Bash
  • Ultimate: Rally


Lcio, the global icon and cereal mascot of the hero roster, is frequently chosen as a support in competitive Overwatch matches. While other supports provide their teammates with a variety of ways to deal damage and heal themselves, Lcio provides a unique advantage: speed.

Nothing could be more valuable in high-level competitive play than those brief moments between life and death. As if that weren't enough, Lcio also uses his wall riding ability to dodge death quickly and uses his Sonic Amplifier to win free kills by booping adversaries into death pits. Undoubtedly a challenging playstyle to master, but one that offers endless rewards.

His abilities are:

  • Sonic Amplifier
  • Wall Ride
  • Crossfade
  • Amp It Up
  • Soundwave
  • Ultimate: Sound Barrier


Mercy can truly be an undead angel of death in the hands of the right player, despite her heavenly appearance and healing-focused kit. The misunderstanding stems from how Mercy really deals damage, as it is actually her teammates that benefit from her Caduceus staff's damage buff rather than her own hands.

If you manage to execute Mercy's special super leap move (crouch + guardian angel + jump as she rises and meets her target), adversaries will find it increasingly difficult to kill her. When perfected, Mercy can keep allies alive forever (even after death) and greatly increase their damage output. Mercy is the ultimate support.

Her abilities are:

  • Caduceus Staff
  • Caduceus Blaster
  • Regeneration
  • Guardian Angel
  • Resurrect
  • Angelic Descent
  • Ultimate: Valkyrie


Moira is by far the most straightforward hero to control in the game and does a lot with little exertion. She is an experimentation-obsessed scientist with the ability to use her biotic grasp to heal allies or drain the life from adversaries with little to no aim required, making her a fantastic choice for inexperienced players learning the game.

When she's in distress, she can instantly warp away from danger by using her fading power. She can also utilize her biotic orbs and biotic grab to repair herself. When the team is huddled around, try spraying her with a disgusting healing liquid to heal everyone at once.

Her abilities are:

  • Biotic Grasp
  • Biotic Orb
  • Fade
  • Ultimate: Coalescence


Where does religion fit in with the science fiction and near-future technology of the Overwatch universe? The answer can be found in Zenyatta, an omnic who employs spirit orbs to beat people up and possibly, very rarely, heal them as well.

More so than his capacity for healing, Zenyatta's damage-dealing skills make him a strong support. His core fire orbs deliver significant damage, but his discord orbs hook onto opponents and make them take more damage whenever they are struck. Just keep in mind that he's supposed to be a robot made of cloth, so perhaps utilize the occasional healing orb as well, eh?

His abilities are:

  • Orb of Destruction
  • Orb of Discord
  • Orb of Harmony
  • Ultimate: Transcendence

overwatch heroes junkerqueen

Junker Queen

The ruler of Junkertown on the popular map, Junker Queen, is. She is an Australian with strong post-apocalyptic Mad Max overtones, just like Junkrat.

She specializes at close combat and her skills cause damage-over-time bleeding, thus even though she isn't a particularly strong character, she can last a very long time with her lifesteal passive.

Her abilities are:

  • Jagged Blade
  • Commanding Shout
  • Carnage
  • Rampage

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Kiriko, a native of Japan, grew up practicing with Hanzo and Genji. She is a support and protector superhero with healing-oriented skills.

She can use her mobility to keep herself out of hostile reach while assisting her allies. A cute spirit fox is also helping Kiriko, which can't be a bad thing.

Her abilities are:

  • Kunai
  • Swift Step
  • Protection Suzu
  • Kitsune Rush

That concludes our overview of all the Overwatch 2 characters. However, before we count down the days till the Overwatch 2 how to unlock all heroes, be sure to view our Overwatch tier list to see how we evaluate the heroes and their usefulness in the real game.

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