Overwatch 2 is on its way to be released. Blizzard is focused on polishing the game, so will not be holding a third stage of public beta testing. The company's vice president and one of the leaders of the project's development team, Jon Spector, said.
"We know that users want to immerse themselves in the game, and we've been polling them about a possible third phase of beta testing. We're not planning additional public testing and are doing daily internal testing. We will focus on launching the best game possible based on all the valuable feedback we received during our alpha testing and two public beta tests." - John Spector
The first Overwatch 2 beta test ran from April 26 to May 17, the second from June 28 to July 18. Users signed up for testing at dawn or tested the character on Twitch's restraints, and hopes of gaining access. The conditionally free early-access game will be released on October 4 on PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch.