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Overwatch 2: How to Play Loverwatch Dating Sim

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by Jesse Vitelli

Overwatch 2’s new seasonal Valentine’s event is in full swing. The Loverwatch dating sim is an entirely new way to experience the characters and heroes of the Overwatch universe. How do you play it, though? It might seem confusing at first, but we are here to help. Here is how to play the Loverwatch dating sim in Overwatch 2.

Overwatch 2: How to Play Loverwatch Dating Sim

You can not play the Loverwatch dating sim inside of the OVerwatch 2 client. The game is entirely browser-based, and you will need to go to the Loverwatch website to play.

Once you click on the link above, you’ll be taken to Loverwatch.GG, where you can sign into your Battle.Net account and begin the Loverwatch experience. This dating sim takes roughly 30 minutes. After completing the romance questline with either Mercy or Genji, you’ll be able to unlock a new Play of The Game highlight for use in Overwatch 2.

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There is also a secret ending for the Loverwatch dating sim, but we will leave that to you to discover yourself.

You can play the dating sim as many times as you like; however, the only romanceable heroes in the sim are Genji and Mercy. Be sure to play it twice and experience everything this visual novel-style game has to offer.

This dating sim is just one of the many events Overwatch 2 has planned for its season three content pipeline.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to play the Overwatch 2 dating sim, Loverwatch. For more Overwatch 2 tips and tricks, be sure to check out Prima Games. We have everything you need to know about season three. Here are all of the rewards in season 3 of Overwatch 2.

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.