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All Maps in Overwatch 2 Season 3 – Listed

Every map in Overwatch 2's final map pool.

by Shawn Robinson

Season 3 marks the final season for map pools in Overwatch 2, at least for a while. This feature saw certain maps leave the potential pool of maps you could get when playing Unranked or Competitive Play, and was designed to keep map variety tight and not overwhelming. Given that there aren’t enough maps in the game for this feature to make sense though, this will be removed starting with Season 4. That doesn’t stop the current season from keeping the feature though. Here are all maps in Overwatch 2 Season 3, listed.

All Maps You Can Play in Overwatch 2 Season 3

The map pool remains largely the same, with a few differences in the time of day and a couple of map swaps. The biggest change of all is the re-introduction of both Havana and Numbani, which are Escort and Hybrid maps respectively. These two maps have been unplayable since the launch of Overwatch 2, and are replacing Busan, Route 66, and Eichenwalde in the map pool. There are other changes as well though, so here are all the maps and times of day you can play in Overwatch 2 Season 3:


  • Circuit Royal – Morning (NEW)
  • Dorado – Night
  • Havana – Night (NEW)
  • Junkertown – Morning
  • Rialto – Morning
  • Shambali Monastery – Night


  • Blizzard World – Morning
  • King’s Row – Evening
  • Midtown – Morning
  • Numbani – Morning (NEW)
  • Paraiso – Morning


  • Colosseo – Morning (NEW)
  • Esperanca – Morning
  • New Queen Street – Morning


  • Antarctic Peninsula – Night (NEW MAP)
  • Ilios – Evening
  • Lijiang Tower – Morning
  • Nepal – Evening
  • Oasis – Morning

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In total, five changes and two removals have been made this season. The Antarctic Peninsula is the new map, and both Colosseo and Circuit Royal have seen time of day changes. A solid final map pool before all maps are available in Season 4. Good luck, and hope you enjoy the new stuff!

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.