OverWatch as many of you know is a quite popular first-person multiplayer shooter game developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The game came out back in 2016 across PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game has done immensely well in terms of sales and revenue and it is reported that Blizzard has made upwards of 1 Billion dollars from OverWatch alone. Today, I will show you how you can enter the map called Winter Blizzard World via a glitch in the workshop.
The glitch has been making rounds since yesterday when it was first discovered. Players have used the bug to enter the popular map and it is understandable why so many people want to experience the map again. Winter Blizzard World is one of the most beautiful maps on OverWatch and here is you can enter it once again.
How to Enter Winter Blizzard World in OverWatch [Guide]
I discovered the glitch when I was browsing through Reddit and came across u/TentraTint’s post r/OverWatch. You can check out the original post here and say thanks to the original poster. Anyway, the method is pretty straight forward and here is how it goes.
- Firstly, Create a custom game. Go to the settings menu, now go to “Lobby”, and set “Return to lobby” to “Never”.
- Now open the Workshop editor. Create a new “Ongoing – Global” rule.
- Add a “Wait” action, set for 20 seconds, then add a “Declare Match Draw” action.
- Start the game.
- Press Escape, and select Show Lobby. Open the custom game settings, and load the preset JTM06 (ENTER THIS CODE)
- Exit the custom game settings screen. If it worked, you will see the usual “custom game settings updated” message. Don’t worry if you see error messages saying “invalid options” and it won’t let you restart the match—this is why you set the match to end in a draw after 20 seconds.
- Wait for the game to end (again, it won’t take long at all) and let it restart. When it does, it should load you into Winter Blizzard World!
Let me know if this works for you or not. Also, if you have any questions or thoughts regarding the article let me know in the comments below.