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The Art of Overwatch: Dark Horse Reveals Volume 2 Deluxe Edition Art Book

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Dark Horse revisits the world of Overwatch with another in-depth art book. But in addition to the previously announced Art of Overwatch Theft. 2, Dark Horse will also release a Deluxe Edition with all the bells and whistles collectors have come to expect; IGN can exclusively reveal the first details of The Art of Overwatch Vol. 2: Deluxe Edition. First, check out the slideshow gallery below to see the new exclusive cover variant, case, and other goodies included only with the Deluxe Edition:

The Art of Overwatch Vol. 2 Deluxe Edition

As you might expect, The Art of Overwatch Vol. 2 is intended as a companion to the first book. This volume covers all of the new additions to the game from 2017 to the present day, focusing on new characters like Doomfist and Echo and the most recent modes, levels, skins and cutscenes added to the game. The book is written by the writer Blizzard senior Matt Burns and has plenty of developer commentary and other behind-the-scenes details about the evolution of Overwatch. Blizzard is even teasing material focused on the upcoming Overwatch 2.

As for the Deluxe Edition, in addition to the unique gold leaf cover, this version comes packaged in an exclusive case and includes three lithograph art prints.

The Art of Overwatch Vol. 2 is priced at $ 49.99 for standard hardcover and $ 99.99 for the Deluxe Edition. The standard version will be released on October 15, 2021, and the Deluxe edition will follow on October 27.

This isn’t the only new Overwatch book to look out for this fall. Dark Horse is also coming out a hardcover of Overwatch: Tracer – London Calling in September, bringing together the five chapters of the previously digital-only series.These books should help fill the void until Overwatch 2 finally hits PC and consoles. Game Director Jeff Kaplan gave a big update on the sequel during Blizzcon, but we also received the confirmation Neither Overwatch 2 nor Diablo 4 will be released in 2021. For now, here is 55 New Things We Learned About Overwatch 2.

Jesse is a mild-mannered writer for IGN. Allow him to lend a machete to your intellectual thicket by follow @jschedeen on Twitter.


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