How to get and use souvenirs in Overwatch 2

Blizzard has officially released Overwatch 2 and the developers have made a lot of changes to the game. A few features from the original game have been changed or removed while a new name has also been added. While many players are unhappy with the changes, these are necessary and for the best.

The new mode is fast-paced and action-packed while removing certain features helps balance the game. One of the new features added to the game is Souvenirs. In this guide, you will get to know about souvenirs and how to get and use souvenirs in Overwatch 2.

How can the players get souvenirs in Overwatch 2?

You will be able to get Souvenirs in Overwatch 2 while you’re leveling up in the game as random collectibles. Overwatch 2 is an incredible game and it is full of collectibles, with one of the most sought-after ones being the Souvenirs. At first glance, it might seem like there’s a bunch of collectibles but after taking a closer look, you’ll know that you can equip one of each one of your Heroes. It’ll add extra customization to the game while allowing you to show off your accomplishments to others.

How to use Souvenir in Overwatch 2?

get and use souvenirs in Overwatch 2

In Overwatch 2, Souvenirs are a kind of emote and you’ll be able to equip them as any other emote. You should follow these steps if you want to use them in the game.

  • First, you’ll need to press “C” and then right-click on the Emote section tab
  • After that, select the souvenir that you want to equip
  • Once you’ve chosen it, your character will pull them off the souvenir and you’ll be able to show it to other teammates

With this new addition, you’ll be able to express yourself in the game and show off your in-game personality to others.

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