Overwatch game director Jeff Kaplan revealed the win rates of attack and defense teams on two-point control maps today, in reaction to the question around the game’s official forum?demanding that exact information. Explore the stats Kaplan provided below.

  • Dorado – Attack 49.66%, Defense 50.34%
  • Eichenwalde – Attack 46.13%, Defense 53.87%
  • Hanamura – Attack 49.79%, Defense 50.21%
  • Hollywood – Attack 49.91%, Defense 50.09%
  • Horizon – Attack 54.50%, Defense 45.50%
  • King’s Row – Attack 50.14%, Defense 49.86%
  • Numbani – Attack 49.40%, Defense 50.60%
  • Route 66 – Attack: 49.94%, Defense 50.06%
  • Temple of Anubis – Attack 49.92%, Defense 50.08%
  • Volskaya – Attack 49.76%, Defense 50.24%
  • Watchpoint: Gibraltar?– Attack 50.13%, Defense 49.87%

The data only covers the Quick Play mode from May 14 to July 12, but may mean no less than many matches daily or higher, since Overwatch?has?over Thirty million players?along with its huge one-year anniversary event was held in that time. The stats really are a small sample, but relatively fair between attacking and defending teams.

The only maps that will be outliers are Eichenwalde and recently released?Horizon Lunar Colony. In spite of the slightly skewed percentage, Kaplan thinks each maps are?not “grossly unbalanced.”

“We’ve had periods this chair was created release and beta with the game where maps were skewed badly as 30/70,” Kaplan wrote later inside forum. “Any time a map gets all-around 40/60, most players perceive being balanced. So being within 4-6% of 50/50 still is decent.”

Kaplan also said the group has discussed making?changes to Horizon Lunar Colony, and definitely will “provide it with more time prior to doing anything drastic.”

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