the Monitor 2 the beta is now over. If you’re one of the lucky ones who managed to land an invitation, congratulations. If not, don’t worry. There will probably be more opportunities to try Monitor 2 in the future.
One of these opportunities could come to light during a Monitor 2 event scheduled for June 16.
Monitor 2 Game director Adam Keller thanked beta participants and shared some thoughts on what it meant for the developers to see player reactions to the game, saying, “It can be scary to put something that means so much for you there for other people to look at. Especially when you know it’s not over and you’re asking people for real, valid reviews of what you’ve done.
While excitement for the finished game is still quite high, critics have given the beta a lukewarm reception. The game also never hit the highs again on Twitch like it did when Blizzard issued invites to viewers who watched certain streamers for a set number of hours. Personally, the beta was okay. I wish support heroes – a class I play almost to the exclusion of others – had received more updates like a lot of tank and damage heroes. I also can’t wait to see one of the PvE additions come to the game, because that’s always what excited me the most.
Overall, at this stage, Monitor 2 doesn’t feel quite finished, which is probably where it should be since the game is still in beta. I hope that whatever is announced during the Monitor 2 the June 16 event will fill in the gaps.
Waiting, Surveillance prime is still a game that anyone can play right now. And, to perhaps ease the sting of beta players having to return to the base game without Sojourn, Blizzard has announced that the next anniversary event begins today.
Surveillance Anniversary Remix: Volume 2 gives players the chance to play all the best seasonal events, complete challenges for special skins, and earn updated palette swaps on some of the best legendary skins in the game.