‘Overwatch’ To Add Save Gameplay Option So Players No Longer Need External Programs

By Allan , Updated Mar 23, 2017 05:20 AM EDT

In the recent discussion in Battle.net forum, “Overwatch” game director Jeff Kaplan shared the possibility of new features in the future which includes saving the player’s gameplay without the need of third-party programs. IN this way, players will be able to have a copy of the whole game session which they can export and share to any other site they like. The director also discussed other possible features arriving soon in the game.

According to Gamerant, Kaplan revealed in the forum that the save gameplay feature will soon arrive in the game. In addition, there is a possibility of having a map editor in the game. Although no definite time is given, just knowing the future updates of the game is enough to excite its loyal players. The only thing promised by Kaplan is that it should be up and ready before the end of summer.

Video Game Snap also reported that this feature have been one of the most requested update fans have been hoping for. Currently, players have been using a different third party program to record their gameplay which not only adds stress to their PC but can also affect their gameplay in one way or another. One of the best aspects of “Overwatch” is the video of the “Play of the Game” at the end of each round so to be able to save that video and share it to any site the player likes is a useful feature player just can’t wait to get.

“Overwatch” is one of the most popular video game in the world which is not surprising. Blizzard is known for always delivering exactly what their loyal players need and want so they are always kept satisfied and entertained in every update. And by continually providing excellent service, the “Overwatch” will surely grow their loyal players through time.

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