Loverwatch: How To Play Overwatch Dating Sim
Loverwatch is a dating simulation set in the Overwatch universe, wherein players can pursue romantic interests in Mercy, Genji, or both with the assistance of a Cupid-like Hanzo. The events in the game have no bearing on the real world and are not being presented as canon. So, how can customers gain entry to Loverwatch? Simply said, it’s not hard at all. Check out this guide for all the information you need to start playing Loverwatch, Overwatch’s version of a dating simulator.
Loverwatch: How to Play
To play Loverwatch, fans of Overwatch don’t need Steam or consoles; just head on over to the game’s official website. Anyone may participate, although existing Overwatch 2 players need log in to their Battle.net accounts first.
Although Loverwatch stands on its own, it does provide some in-game benefits for Overwatch 2 players, such as a highlight intro for Cupid Kiss Hanzo and a discount on the Ultimate Valentine’s Event bundle, which will be available tomorrow. Keep in mind that Loverwatch will only be playable until February 28; the game’s introduction promises further dating sim experiences from Blizzard, but for now, this particular title is only accessible for a limited time.
We don’t encourage playing on a mobile device, although it is possible to do so. For the finest Loverwatch experience, we recommend playing on a desktop as this is how the game was originally intended to be played.
If you’ve never played a dating simulation before, here’s a simple rundown to help you get started. As with other dating simulation games, Loverwatch is a purely text-based visual novel. Starting out, you can decide whether to follow Genji or Mercy. You and your potential sweetheart will embark on several dates, with the outcome of each encounter dependent on the discourse you two choose.