We're not sure why but until today, Blizzard has yet to officially launch a free trial/starter version of Overwatch. A free weekend is coming up for the game where you will be able to try out the game, in all it's glory, for absolutely nothing.
What's more, if you do happen to enjoy the title, your progressions will be carried over to the full game if you do happen to purchase it.
Blizzard is putting on a free weekend event this weekend that will let players download and play Overwatch for free. Meaning you've got three whole days to join in the chaos.
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You'll be able to play with all 26 heroes and 17 maps during the free weekend, as well as modes including Quick Play, Custom Games, and Arcade. You can even level up, nab loot boxes, and and earn other customization options.
Overwatch is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC - for more specific details on the upcoming Free Weekend for the game as far as where and when you can access it, you can head here.
The free weekend starts on February the 16th, why not give it a go? If you decide to buy Overwatch at a later date your progress will be saved. With current players satiated with fresh content, the publisher and developer has now made a decision to turn its sights on potential new fans by offering yet another free weekend for the game.