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All Heroes Featured in Overwatch 2 Battle For Olympus Mode

The world could always use more Greek gods.

by Shawn Robinson

Overwatch 2 is gearing up to launch the Battle for Olympus game mode, and with it brings a brand new free-for-all game mode with some interesting twists and turns. Many of the community’s favorite heroes are taking on the role of mythological creatures and gods to duke it out in all-out war, as the greeks tend to do. As for which characters exactly are being changed, that’s a little more obscure. Here are all heroes featured in the Overwatch 2 Battle for Olympus mode.

Every Hero Featured in Battle for Olympus

In total, seven Overwatch 2 heroes are featured in the mode, with each of them donning their best Olympian skin. The characters are as follows:

  • Zeus Junker Queen
  • Poseidon Ramattra
  • Medusa Widowmaker
  • Hades Pharah
  • Hermes Lucio
  • Cyclops Roadhog
  • Minotaur Reinhardt

Each character gets their own ability in the mode, though only a select amount of them have been properly shown in the trailers. The most obvious ones are Lucio, who gets a stunning boop, Pharah, who gets a moving barrage, and Zeus Junker Queen, who gets a powered-up version of her standard ultimate. Ramattra’s and Reinhardt’s were the least clear, seeming merely like their standard ultimates. While we don’t have exact details on each hero’s abilities, we’ll be sure to update you once we do.

Related: Overwatch 2 Olympus Free For All Mode: Release Date, Heroes and Rewards

Playing the mode will score you not only that sweet, sweet battle pass XP, but also can snag you a fresh Winged Victory Mercy skin in case you don’t have the skin yet. It’s easily one of her best, alongside skins such as her Atlantic All-Stars and Royal Knight skins. Some other minor cosmetics may appear, such as sprays, though the team has yet to say anything official on the matter.

Shawn Robinson

Shawn's been playing games for well over a decade now, dabbling in all sorts of genres but always willing to try new things. Some of his favorite games include first-person shooters like Left 4 Dead and Titanfall, though narrative games like Life is Strange are held near and dear.