The workshop is on its way to Overwatch. It’s been in the Public Test Realm (PTR) for a while, but now it looks like it’s finally heading to the live servers.
Entering a Custom Game Code in Overwatch 2
To begin the process, you’ll need to go to the “Custom Games” menu and create a game. This can be done by pressing the “Create Game” button at the top right on PC, or by pressing the controller input linked to “Create Game” on any other console’s screen. When you have done this, go to the summary section where there will be an area that will take you where you need to go to enter the code.
How to access Overwatch Workshop, what it is, share codes and more
Workshop is basically a more powerful version of the custom game editor that is already available in Overwatch. This new tool (and custom interface) allows players to perform streamlined script editing to create rules, conditions, and more in addition to existing Overwatch game modes.
There’s even a handy debugging tool called “shop inspector” that will check your custom scripts for errors.
How to Activate Workshop Codes in Overwatch 2
You can get workshop codes at workshop.codes. These 5-digit codes can be activated by opening the settings after creating a custom game. In the settings, you need to click the Import Code button in the overview, and then just type or copy the code you want.
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