Many of my friends and colleagues are currently playing Overwatch right now, which makes it the perfect time to write more about the game.
If you make your way over to the official store page, you’ll see a wide range of loot box options available for you.
- 2 Loot Boxes – $1.99
- 5 Loot Boxes – $4.99
- 11 Loot Boxes – $9.99
- 24 Loot Boxes – $19.99
- 50 Loot Boxes – $39.99
While the above example of loot boxes only shows off the PC version store page, the system is also available for Xbox One and PS4 Overwatch players as well. The only difference on PC is the usage of the battle.net application in the process.
Loot boxes can be earned normally via gameplay, so don’t fret too much about this micro-transaction. They all have four different items inside. You can get skins, victory poses, emotes, voice lines, sprays, and highlight intros, in a varying degree of quality from common to legendary level.
Overwatch launched just 12 hours ago, and the game is set to have a remarkable first day for Blizzard.