When Overwatch 2 opens, Kiriko, a Legendary skin, and other bonuses will be available to players who follow a specific number of Twitch streams.

Overwatch 2 will shortly be available in PvP early access on October 4, after players have eagerly awaited its release. The Overwatch team is rewarding viewers of Twitch streams as a way to celebrate.

Depending on how long players spend watching any streamer who is playing Overwatch 2 on Twitch, they will be eligible to win a Donut weapon charm, Razor Sharp Kiriko spray, or Legendary Sukajan Kiriko skin.

During the promotional period, players can choose from one of two Twitch drops. The Legendary Kiriko skin is the first, and it can be obtained by viewing for a total of six hours between October 7 at 4 p.m. CT and October 17 at 2 a.m. CT. The second reward is the Donut weapon charm and Razor Sharp Kiriko spray, which can be obtained by spending only two hours watching Twitch streams between October 17 at 1 PM CT and October 24 at 2 AM CT.

How to connect Twitch with Battle.net

Even if they have already taken part, gamers must re-link their Twitch and Battle.net accounts in order to get the drops for Overwatch 2. Enter your Battle.net account login information, navigate to the Connections tab, select “Connect to Twitch,” and then follow the on-screen directions.

Streamers can opt into drops after linking their Twitch and Battle.net accounts if they want to enable drops on their streams. Every channel on Twitch in the Overwatch 2 category will instantly begin earning progress toward drops. Viewers have the option of watching the same streamer for the requisite number of hours or switching between them. Every technique will continue to advance toward the drop.

When you get a Twitch drop, you have 14 days to claim it in the drop inventory menu on Twitch before it expires. The prizes should then be emailed to your account, where you may quickly equip them in the game after claiming them.