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Blizzard Removes 1vs1, Re-Adds Mystery Heroes to Overwatch’s Arcade | Power Up Gaming
Blizzard has made a number of tweaks to Overwatch's Arcade mode over the past 48 hours, which has seen the shooter's 1 vs. 1 mode removed in favour of the re-introduction of Mystery Heroes – which itself had been removed a day earlier. The studio originally rolled Mystery Heroes into the Arcade's All Brawls option to make way for a mode exclusively featuring new map Oasis, as explained by game director Jeff Kaplan: "We wanted to make room for an Oasis Map mode so we rolled Mystery Heroes into All Brawls. "If demand is high for Mystery Heroes, we'll definitely consider removing one of the other modes in favor of Mystery Heroes. It's not a hard change so we welcome the feedback. "3v3 is generally the most popular mode (except during the Winter Wonderland event -- then Mystery Heroes took over). The least popular modes are 1v1 and No Limits. No Limits sees more play time on Xbox One and PS4 than it does on PC. "With No Limits, we could make it an "All Brawls" mode very easily. But 1v1