Endorsements are a system that was initially introduced in Overwatch 1 as a way for players to reward players for good behavior and teamwork. The system received a bit of a rework in Overwatch 2, and we are here to explain what Endorsements now do in Overwatch 2.
What does Endorsement Do in Overwatch 2? – Answered
Endorsements in Overwatch 2 allow you to reward a player for good behavior. Initially, in Overwatch 1, players would have three different options to endorse a player for a variety of different reasons.
In Overwatch 2, the system has been streamlined, and now players just receive or give a general Endorsement. The more Endorsements you receive, the higher your level will go.
You can rank up from levels 1-5 and are indicated by the colored symbols next to players’ names on the screen. This will let you know at a glance if this player is widely reviewed as someone who works as a team and has good sportsmanship. Endorsements are not a representation of skill but how they contribute to the team’s vibes.
It’s important to note that a player’s endorsement level can go down if they do not receive enough endorsements over a set of matches or if they receive reports or blocks from other players. Being toxic and rude in the chat is one of the easiest ways to lose endorsement levels.
A higher Endorsement level will grant you bonus battle pass experience.
Well, that’s everything you need to know about what Endorsements do in Overwatch 2. Check out our other guides on Overwatch 2. Here are all of the details we have on the upcoming Overwatch 2 Halloween event. We also have a breakdown of Overwatch coins and what they do.