The sequel to Blizzard’s iconic hero shooter, Overwatch, is almost here and if you’re someone who has worked out how to access the Overwatch 2 beta, there’s one question you might find yourself asking: what does MIT mean in Overwatch 2? This new addition to the revamped scoreboard might sound confusing, but we’re here to fill you in on all the details.
A new scoreboard is the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the changes you’re going to see between Overwatch and Overwatch 2. The hero shooter’s PvP experience is going to be faster and more intense following the shift from 6v6 to 5v5 and there are quite a few new Overwatch 2 heroes to keep an eye out for. But, understanding the meaning of MIT in Overwatch 2 is going to be an important part of enjoying success.
What does MIT mean in Overwatch 2?
Looking at the recent Overwatch 2 patch notes, MIT is a “new statistic that encompasses the previous Damage Blocked, but also keeps track of damage prevented by effects such as Ana’s Nano Boost or Orisa’s Fortify.”
So, that means that MIT in Overwatch 2 means mitigated damage.
Blizzard has confirmed that MIT isn’t quite in its final form, but it should give a fairly accurate account of how much damage each player has prevented – which is arguably as important as healing players.
Well, that’s everything you need to know about what MIT means and what you need to look out for if you want to track it. We know Overwatch 2 is full of Kermit the Frog memes, thanks to Lucio, but there’s are more than just cosmetic changes to look out for in this Overwatch sequel.