How Many Competitive Points are Granted Per Win in Overwatch 2? - Answered - Prima Games

How Many Competitive Points are Granted Per Win in Overwatch 2? – Answered

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by Jesse Vitelli

Overwatch 2 has had quite a tumultuous launch. Plagued with server errors, bug fixes, and significant hero adjustments, the game is in a better spot and is currently in its second season. While much of the game’s audience plays in the casual pool, there are dedicated gamers seeking glory in Overwatch 2’s competitive ranks. How many competitive points are granted per win in Overwatch 2? We have the answer for you below.

How Many Competitive Points are Granted Per Win in Overwatch 2? – Answered

When playing in the Competitive Queue for Overwatch 2, players can earn points that will help them unlock special gold weapons for their favorite heroes. While the bulk of the competitive points are given out at the end of the season based on where you are ranked, players can also earn points by playing matches.

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Every win in Overwatch 2’s Competitive Mode will grant a player 15 points, while every draw will give them 5 points. While it isn’t much, the more you will you’ll begin to bank some extra points during the season.

A gold weapon in Overwatch 2 costs 3,000 Competitive Points, so you will either need to win many games or rank high during a season to earn a large bulk of points. Competitive Points can not be spent on anything else, so make sure you’re saving up for the gold weapon you really want because it will take a long time to earn another one.

This is true, especially as the game continues adding new heroes every other season.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about how many competitive points are granted per win in Overwatch 2. For more tips, tricks, and guides on Overwatch 2, check out Prima Games. Here are all of the Kiriko skins.

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him chipping away at his ever-expanding backlog of JRPGS or staring at his massive Amiibo collection.