Which is an impressive number, even if there's no indication of how many of those are still active
players. But you'd have to think that it's a large portion. Not that it's any sort of accurate measurement, but the fact that I'm still playing regularly after a year, says a lot. Mainly because I find it hard to stick with one game for longer than a couple of months at most. Unless that game features the word Diablo or Fallout in the title.
The announcement comes during the last day of the Uprising Event, which introduced a fantastic co-op mode. One that we hope starts a trend for all upcoming events. And with 30 million registered players 2017 shows no sign of slowing down for Overwatch with three new maps coming this year -- plus the upcoming spectacle of the Overwatch World Cup. Where Australia has seeded at number 13 out of a possible 32.