Overwatch 2’s Sojourn capabilities leak. New trailer
Overwatch 2 is the eagerly awaited sequel of the competitive hero shooter Overwatch. The sequel has many new features, including a redesigned multiplayer lobby. One of the most exciting parts of Overwatch 2’s Sojourn is the new hero since Echo’s April 2020 release. This video features trailers and reveals Sojourn’s abilities.
Another OW trailer has been released with more information about Overwatch 2’s storyline of Sojourn. This character was a member of the original Overwatch force during an Omni crisis. She left the Overwatch task force after it was over. She set the new goal to unify the Overwatch task forces for the next challenge. She could not be there for the first game, but she is an essential character in Overwatch’s foundation.
We also got to see Sojourn’s voice actor, who used voice lines to explain her lore. We also saw Sojourn as a metal/robot arm with blue eyes despite her dark eyes. Maybe Sojourn is part Omnic?
Overwatch 2 Sojourn capabilities leak
It was great to see the origin story, but there is a genuine leak. The promotional video featured the Overwatch 2 icons, themes and graphics, but it was only available in Mandarin. Mirrors of the OW2 SOjourn abilities remain life, though the spouse appears to have left.
It seems that the Overwatch 2 Sojourn abilities are a combination. Her primary attack is a plasma-like round that her gun fires. She also seems to be capable of a range of other skills. One of her skills is the gravity ball that pulls enemies into an area. This skill is similar to Zarya’s. Sojourn, on the other hand, seems to have robot legs that allow her to go fast, either by sliding or jumping around. Her ultimate skill is charging up her railgun and firing a substantial blue energy beam that can penetrate many enemies and deal massive damage.
We will determine whether these Sojourn abilities exist when the Overwatch 2 beta launches on April 26. Blizzard Entertainment has launched a beta test featuring Sojourn. This is the first time the public can play her since her official announcement. Only a few developers and pros have been able to play Sojourn, and they are all part of the betas and internal alphas. We won’t be long before we see the true Overwatch 2 Sojourn capabilities.