Following a stint in public test, Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch game modes in Overwatch are now available to the general public, Blizzard Entertainment has announced.
Deathmatch or Free-For-All mode allows Heroes to put their very own personal skills to the test as 8 players compete against each other in a bid to earn the most kills, with the first to score 20 points declared the winner and each player death resulting in the deduction of a point from the scoreboard.
For players who don’t prefer to go it alone, there is Team Deathmatch, a team-based mode where 2 sides take it out on each other in a battle to reach 30 points, with 1 point awarded per player kill and the deduction of a point following a death.
Additionally, a number of maps have also been modified to work with the newly introduced game modes in Overwatch and the Chateau Guillard map has also been introduced for all Free-For-All matches.
For a full breakdown of what’s included with the latest patch, head over to the Overwatch Blog for more details.