Overwatch 2 introduces crossplay aim assist, says lack of it was bad for both console and PC players

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Blizzard has changed its mind about console aim assist in Overwatch 2 crossplay lobbies. The game’s latest patch has now enabled aim assist for console players across all games except competitive.

In the November 17 patch notes (opens in new tab), Blizzard said it found that having the feature disabled was causing problems on both sides of the peripheral pond. “In our data, we found many groups were crossplay groups between PC and console players. This meant if you were playing on console…

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