Overwatch 2's first Twitch Drops campaign is set to go live shortly after the hero shooter enters early access, giving players the chance to grow their cosmetic item collection with a legendary Kiriko skin alongside two more items.
Overwatch 2 Twitch Drops work in a similar way to those of other titles, although you can expect the rewards and watch time requirements to vary from campaign to campaign. Below, we'll go into the currently active rewards and what you need to do in order to earn them.
Overwatch 2 Twitch Drops
Since Overwatch 2 is free-to-play, you won't need to purchase anything to be eligible for Twitch Drops.
However, regardless of the platform on which you're playing and if you've participated in any of the original's campaigns, you will need to relink your Battle.net and Twitch accounts.
Once you do so, you'll have to keep track of two separate time windows to earn the rewards that are part of Overwatch 2's first Twitch Drops campaign:
- October 7 - October 16: Legendary Sukajan Kiriko skin
- October 17 - October 24: Razor Sharp Kiriko Spray and Donut Weapon Charm
To earn the Legendary Sukajan Kiriko skin, you'll need to watch any Overwatch 2 Twitch stream for six hours during the window mentioned above.
For the Razor Sharp Kiriko spray, you'll need to tune in for only two hours during the second time window. Checking out streams of the hero shooter for an additional three hours during the same period of time also gets you the Donut Weapon Charm.
You'll then need to claim the rewards and log into the game to fully redeem them. Make sure the first region you log into is the one where you want the items to be delivered.
To participate, you'll need to watch streams using either the browser version of Twitch on PC/Mac or the iOS/Android mobile apps.
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