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Overwatch Update 1.46.1.0 Patch Notes

Another Overwatch update is on its way to players on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. Overwatch update 1.46.1.0 is very small, aiming to provide bug fixes for just a couple of issues. On top of that, the developers have also included a new tweak that should allow players to earn Achievements more easily. Keep reading about these changes with the Overwatch patch notes featured below.

Overwatch patch notes | Update 1.46.1.0

Overwatch patch notes update 1.46.1.0

The Overwatch update version 1.46.1.0 released today, March 24, 2020, and is mainly centered around bug fixes. This is a tiny update, especially when compared to patch version 1.46.0.0, which released earlier this month. There are no balance adjustments or substantial changes this time around. Instead, this update simply addresses two minor bugs.

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The first bug involves pathing issues: The enemy AI previously had a problem following paths in Archives missions. This should no longer be a problem. The second bug simply turns down the volume of Slicer’s pre-attack sound in Uprising. Apparently players found its sudden spike in volume to be distracting. Either way, it should much more subdued now.

On top of the following bug fixes, the Overwatch team has also made a change to Achievements or Trophies: All Achievements listed in the game’s Career Profile page can now be earned through Quick Play Classic. It’s a small change, but it should help players track down in-game goals much more quickly — or simply help pad out their Gamerscores with less effort.

If you’re hungry for official details, here are the full Overwatch patch notes for update 1.46.1.0 as provided by the developers at Blizzard.

General Updates

  • Achievements listed on the Career Profile page can now be earned in Quick Play Classic

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed several AI pathing issues in the Archives missions
  • Reduced volume of Slicer’s pre-attack sound in Uprising as they were previously a bit too prominent

If you’re looking to learn more about the current state of the game, it’s worth checking out the patch notes for Overwatch update 1.46.0.0. This was a more substantial patch that tweaked the overall gameplay balance, introducing buffs for Baptiste, Sigma, and Soldier 76 as well as slight nerfs for Mei, Orisa, and Sombra.