The second season of Overwatch 2 introduces a ton of fresh material. The most recent Season also includes a limited-time game mode called “Battle for Olympus.” Which is full of tasks that reward players with different goodies. This mode is in addition to the new Greek mythology-themed Battle Pass. The title “Pride of Poseidon” is one of these fantastic awards.
On January 5, 2023, The Battle for Olympus began live. Seven Heroes receive exceptional capabilities during this brief event, which they can exploit by engaging their highest divine prowess. The Hero with the highest overall kill total from the event will be given the pleasure of having their statue erected on the Illios Ruins arena map in this free-for-all deathmatch mode.
How To Earn the “Pride of Poseidon” Title in The Battle for Olympus Mode
As was previously noted, the Battle for Olympus is not all fun and games because it contains a number of difficulties that put the players’ abilities and endurance to the test. These difficulties do, however, also have benefits. To obtain the title of “Pride of Poseidon,” players must complete the Pride of Poseidon challenge. Which requires them to deliver 300 fatal blows while acting as Poseidon Ramattra.
You must be the last Hero to harm the opponent and ultimately kill them in order to deliver the killing blow. In Overwatch 2, anytime a player sufficiently damages an enemy, they are awarded a kill. That, however, is not a fatal blow. If you’re not sure if you dealt the death blow, check the kill feed. The opponent player has likely been killed if your name appears in the kill feed while you are dealing the finishing blow.
You must defeat 300 in order to earn the title of “Pride of Poseidon.” It could appear difficult, but in this mode it won’t be. The only goal in the free-for-all deathmatch mode is to score kills. In this temporary phase, you may easily rack up kills, especially with Poseidon Ramattra, a new Tank Hero.
The ‘Pride of Poseidon’ title will become available for all of Overwatch 2’s game modes once the necessary steps have been taken.