Overwatch 2: List of All Maps

You might want to know the list of all the maps in Overwatch 2 before getting on the battlefield. They say you have won half the war if you know your field. I say that.

Needless to say, papa Overwatch had a massive success that led to the birth of its heir to the throne. And yes, the heir came with a banger. Since the release, the captivating gameplay has gripped the players tightly enough not to move to another first-person shooter. Moreover, the free-to-play idea of the Devs seems to stonk their popularity by several folds.

We are facing a lot of new features, along with the latest list of battle maps in Overwatch 2. However, papa Overwatch is sure to have passed down some of the classical battlefields in the new addition. Even though some got caught behind, Overwatch 2 has no regret over it. And as Thanos said, this is no time to mourn; no time to mourn at all.

This sequel of papa Overwatch has the same amount of maps as papa. With new characters and some of the old ones returning, you bet this will get lit. Without further ado, hop in to get the list of maps.

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List of All the Maps of Overwatch 2

Below is the list of all available maps in Overwatch 2. However, the list is mixed with the classical maps we used in the papa Overwatch. Shortly after, we will talk about the newer ones.

  • Ayutthaya
  • Black Forest
  • Blizzard World
  • Busan
  • Castillo
  • Chateau Guillard
  • Circuit Royal
  • Colosseo
  • Dorado
  • Ecopoint: Antarctica
  • Eichenwalde
  • Esperanca
  • Hanamura
  • Havana
  • Hollywood
  • Horizon Lunar Colony
  • Ilios
  • Junkertown
  • Kanezaka
  • King’s Row
  • Lijiang Tower
  • Malevento
  • Midtown
  • Necropolis
  • Nepal
  • New Queen Street
  • Numbani
  • Oasis
  • Paraiso
  • Paris
  • Petra
  • Rialto
  • Route 66
  • Temple of Anubis
  • Volskaya Industries
  • Watchpoint: Gibraltar
  • Workshop

New Maps in Overwatch 2

Below are the new maps you have already been through in Overwatch 2.

Circuit Royal

Circuit Royal is one of the maps of Escort mode. The map is set in Monte Carlo with 3 locations; The Casino Front, Vertical Curving Racetrack, and the Hotel.

The map begins with the Casino at Monte Carlo. Pushing the payload from this point through the curved Racetrack and finally reaching the final point, the Hotel. You will be escorting a Turbotron race car through these points.


Initially named Rome by Blizzard, it was changed to Colosseo in the mid of March. The Push map location is beautifully pitched around the famous Colosseum. Moreover, you can even hear the gladiators doing their daily job in the arena. And to multiple sources, Maximus is facing Zephyrus in the arena.

You will find this map quite contained and enclosed than the other ones. In other words, you might find a little room to breathe.


This Push map seems like solely built for the flankers and the snipers. Set in Lisbon, you will find the field more spacious than that in Rome. Take advantage of placing the snipers and the flankers in a significant position all over the route to secure the Push robot to the end of the line.


Midtown is set in New York, which is available in a Hybrid mode map. You already might have seen the famous Grand central station running along with some fancy-looking restaurants around it. In this “American Dream” map, you will be escorting a Fire truck to Grand central station. You will be amazed to know that the Devs did their best to make the map looks as authentic as possible so that causing havoc gets more fun.

New Queen Street

In this Push map, you will be pushing the robot in a tactical snowstorm. That reminds us of the streets of Toronto, which is apparently the game map. With that robot, explore the streets where you will be seeing the famous subways and the Union Station. Moreover, you will be pushing through the Museum of Technology and the Curling center.


Paraiso is one of the maps in Story Experience mode. It is basically PvE-focused. You will be set with the heroes the game sets for you. Moreover, you will be facing boss battles in the streets of Rio de Janeiro. And according to Blizzard, this is the most extensive map till now they have developed. Needless to say, how colorful Rio is, the streets of Paraiso are eye-catching without a doubt.

You can also play Hybrid mode on this map. However, as the streets are a maze, even your support heroes will have to take a breather in the meantime. This is one of the maps you will have to take seriously and never take for granted like the other one. You will do fine.

This is all for the maps in Overwatch 2. Cheers!

Wait, there’s more to discover from Overwatch 2. You can learn how to unlock competitive modemute and report players, fix certain errors like account merging errortime out communicating with battle.net service error, and much more! Hang around!

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