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An official image of the game mode, extracted from the webpage

Push is an upcoming game mode that will release alongside Overwatch 2. It features a robot that both teams fight for control of, and a barricade for each team. He will go in the direction to the enemy spawn, pushing the team's barricade in the process. The objective is to push the barricade as far as possible, and pushing it all the way to the end grants an instant victory. If time/overtime runs out, the team with the most distance wins.

This game mode features checkpoints, where the robot will stop for a few seconds. They also unlock forward spawn points for the teams that capture them.[1]

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  1. 2019-11-07, BlizzCon 2019 Overwatch 2 Push Map (Toronto). YouTube, accessed on 2020-04-10
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