One of the most frustrating bugs in FPS game menus has been fixed, according to the patch notes for Overwatch 2's midseason update. The update fixes a glaring error that kept driving players against walls while queuing Overwatch 2 aggressive gameplay, along with nerfs for some of the strongest Overwatch 2 characters (aside from Sojourn) and the addition of purpose aids for console gamers in PC crossplay lobbies. Enough Overwatch 2 Coins are available for purchase by players.
The midseason update for Overwatch 2 has reportedly corrected one of the most annoying problems in FPS game interfaces. Along with nerfs for some of the greatest Overwatch 2 characters (aside from Sojourn) and the addition of purpose aids for console players in PC crossplay lobbies, the update fixes a glaring issue that continued pushing players against walls while queuing aggressive Overwatch 2 gaming. There are enough Overwatch 2 Coins for players to buy.
It's possible for players to mistakenly believe that this is not a significant issue in comparison to other, graver grand schemes, like the Overwatch 2 Bastion exploit and the Mei Ice Wall bug that swiftly rendered these characters entirely useless. It nevertheless serves as a good example of the many minor issues players have with Overwatch 2's new user interface, which has some fans lamenting the absence of the "Blizzard polish" that the developer was once renowned for.
Thankfully, this screen has been updated and now correctly aligns the format and displays the players (tanks at the top, DPS heroes next, support characters last). Here is a screenshot of the original pairing that user Aikaros posted to Reddit for comparison, with an outline applied to make the misalignment crystal evident. Instead, check out this image that user FortniteStormtrooper sent to Reddit of the updated matchmaking screen.
This is undoubtedly a step in the right direction, and it serves to reassure players that Blizzard is actually paying attention to them, along with some significant bug fixes and a blog post from the new Overwatch 2 Executive Producer Jared Neuss outlining the team's plans to increase the number of free rewards in the game. Concerns about Overwatch 2's revenue scheme and overall quality as a live-service game seem to predominate, and improvements like these can significantly alter popular opinion.
These are the specifics of how the Overwatch 2 patch fixed one of its most frustrating UI quirks, and once Overwatch 2 Season 2 is released, we'll be updating 600pu.com with fresh content and instructions.