Overwatch 2: 10 BEST Team Comps [2024]

The detailed list of the Best Team comps that players can use in Overwatch 2.

Overwatch 2 has gone free-to-play, ushering in new players to its across all platforms. But most importantly, the entire cast of heroes in the game have received tons of changes to their abilities. It has revitalized the ecosystem to the point where Overwatch 2 allows you to experiment with quite a few of the best team comps both in the role and non-role queues.

Key Takeaways
  • Dive comp: Winston, Dva, Lucio, Tracer, Zenyatta
  • Alternative Dive comp: Dva, Wrecking Ball, Roadhog, Lucio, Reaper
  • Meta team comp: Soldier 76, Baptiste, Orisa, Ana, Lucio
  • Rush comp: Soldier 76, Tracer, Junker Queen, Lucio, Reinhardt
  • Alternative rush comp: Reaper, Junkrat, Zarya, Reinhardt, Lucio
  • Endless barrage comp: Orisa, Mercy, Hanzo, Junkrat, Pharah
  • Zone control overflow comp: Orisa, Roadhog, Ana, Moira, Mei
  • Pure offensive comp: Junker Queen, Sojourn, Genji, Brigitte, Lucio
  • Impenetrable fortress comp: Symmetra, Orisa, Sigma
  • All-Purpose Healing Squad comp: Soldier 76, Roadhog, Junkrat, Mercy

Overwatch 2 Best Team Comps

Let’s first have a quick look at each Overwatch 2 team in comparison and the Heroes that are included in it:

Team NameHero 1Hero 2Hero 3Hero 4Hero 5
The Dive Comp
Winston: TankDva: TankLucio: HealerTracer: DPS/FlankZenyatta: Healer
The Alternative DiveDva: TankWrecking Ball: TankRoadhog: TankLucio: HealerReaper: DPS
The Meta CompSoldier 76: DPSBaptiste: Healer/UtilityOrisa: TankAna: HealerLucio: Healer
The Rush CompSoldier 76: DPSTracer: DPS/FlankerJunker Queen: TankLucio: HealerReinhardt: Tank
The Alternative Rush
Reaper: DPSJunkrat: DPSZarya: TankReinhardt: TankLucio: Healer
The Endless BarrageOrisa: TankMercy: HealerHanzo: DPSJunkrat: DPSPharah: DPS
Zone Control Overflow
Orisa: TankRoadhog: TankAna: HealerMoira: HealerMei: DPS/Utility
Pure Offense Team CompJunker Queen: TankSojourn: DPSGenji: DPSBrigitte: HealerLucio: Healer
Impenetrable FortressOrisa: TankSigma: TankZenyatta: HealerSymmetra: DPSAshe: DPS
All-Purpose Healing SquadSoldier 76: DPSJunkrat: DPSRoadhog: TankMercy: HealerZenyatta: Healer

1. The Dive Comp

Overwatch 2 Dive comp
The Dive Comp (Image credit: eXputer)

As shown from the image, for this team comp, you will be using the following heroes in your line-up:

  • Winston (Tank)
  • Dva (Tank)
  • Lucio (Healer)
  • Tracer (DPS/Flank)
  • Zenyatta (Healer)

Introducing the Dive comp—one of the most sought-after in Overwatch 2. It excels in attacking, focusing on breaking enemy defenses and launching swift assaults on their backline. Best used on the attack side, the Dive comp dismantles enemy choke points.

Choose Tracer or Sombra as flankers to eliminate support or utility heroes, creating a weakness. A tank like Winston can disrupt their setup.

After eliminating at least one opponent, charge in with your group. Lucio should switch between speed boosts and healing for momentum. Consider Zenyatta or Ana as secondary healers for their debuffs—Ana’s grenade and Zenyatta’s orbs.

Quick decision-making is key to preventing enemy players from returning. The dive comp, ranking at the top of our list, excels at brute-forcing through choke points, relying on speed, precision, and swift eliminations.

2. The Alternative Dive

Dive version 2 Overwatch 2
The alternative setup of the Dive Comp (Image Credit: eXputer)

While maintaining a little of the same synergy here as the dive, the following image shown above showcases the heroes you will need for the Alternative Dive comp in the game:

  • Dva (Tank)
  • Wrecking Ball (Tank)
  • Roadhog (Tank)
  • Lucio (Healer)
  • Reaper (DPS)

I’ve been trying out a new Dive comp lately, mixing up the lineup with three tanks, including the dynamic duo of Wrecking Ball and Roadhog. Despite having three tanks, Roadhog’s self-healing with Take-a-Breather is pretty reliable. The Dive comp strategy remains but with some tweaks for added flair.

Wrecking Ball adds complexity, with his ball-form movement and unique abilities like grappling claw and piledriver. The plan is to engage with Wrecking Ball and Dva after creating an opening with a flanker or DPS hero.

Lucio fits well here, offering speed and healing boosts. You can flex the fifth hero based on preference, be it Reaper or an extra healer like Mercy or Ana, depending on the match dynamics. Experimentation is key, adapting to counter the enemy team.

When everyone syncs up, this Dive variation can be potent. Roadhog flanking for kills, while the other tanks maintain aggressive pressure. Just ensure your tanks stay healthy with adequate healing to avoid casualties during the assault.

3. The Meta Comp

Overwatch 2 Meta
The meta team comp (Image credit: eXputer)

As shown in the image above, the meta team comp in the game also features one of the strongest line-ups with the following heroes at display:

The current Overwatch 2 meta can shift with hero-balancing updates, impacting popular team compositions. A recommended meta setup involves Tanks like Sigma and Orisa, supported by healers like Lucio and Ana, and balanced DPS like Soldier 76.

Maintaining three healers is crucial; Baptiste can be swapped for a tank like Sigma for added defense, especially in zone control or Escort maps.

Key options are Ana, Orisa, and Sigma (if substituting Baptiste). Orisa’s revamped abilities make her a formidable tank when paired with another tank and a healer like Ana. Soldier 76 adds self-healing and burst DPS for flanking defense.

While effective on escort defense, with proper synergy, this strategy can adapt to various game types. Choose heroes that match your playstyle to maximize their potential.

4. The Rush Comp

The rush comp
The Rush team comp (image credit: eXputer)

As shown in the image above, the Rush comp features an all-out assault setup for your team, which consists of the following heroes:

The Rush comp is a powerful strategy for attackers, emphasizing a coordinated assault on the opponent’s defense. It requires pre-planned aggression, similar to the Dive comp.

We recommend using Lucio’s speed boost on Reinhardt and Junker Queen for a surprise attack on the enemy backline. Junker Queen, an excellent Tank, utilizes abilities like the jagged blade and Carnage melee.

Combine Lucio’s speed boost with Junker Queen’s Commanding Shout for enhanced maneuverability. Choose alternative DPS like Genji or Sojourn instead of Soldier 76, or swap Tracer with Reaper or Junkrat for high-speed burst damage and flanking.

Reinhardt works well with his shield, especially on Escort maps, but Orisa or Sigma are alternatives for control zone maps. Lucio players must be cautious, as the comp can unravel with your death. Stay vigilant, keep the team healed, and be prepared for defensive countermeasures.

5. The Alternative Rush

Rush comp Alternative Overwatch 2
The alternate version of the rush comp (Image credit: eXputer)

Looking for another way to launch an onslaught on your enemy team? The image above shows the following heroes you will need for the Alternative rush comp in Overwatch 2:

  • Reaper (DPS)
  • Junkrat (DPS)
  • Zarya (Tank)
  • Reinhardt (Tank)
  • Lucio (Healer)

The play style of the comp revolves around rushing onto your foes, while Zarya focuses on building up her energy by encasing you in her shield.

Zarya’s Graviton Surge will pull enemies together. Then you can quickly finish them off with either Reaper or Reinhardt’s ultimate, one of the classic combos that players have been using, especially from competitive. Junkrat should be carefully played as he allows you to deal superb blast damage from his grenade launcher but when it comes to taking down high flyers such as Pharah, he will ultimately die an easy death to them.

Thankfully you can swap him out with anyone else, as we mentioned previously in the other team comps so far too, as any fast-paced DPS such as Hanzo or Ashe will work wonders instead of him for some encounters. Lastly, it goes without saying that Lucio players should not over-extend too much unless they are specifically looking to help Zarya get some free charge for her weapon by making you tank some damage with her barrier.

6. The Endless Barrage

The barrage team comp Overwatch 2
The Endless Barrage team comp (Image credit: eXputer)

One of our personally crafted teams for the game includes a unique set of heroes, as shown in the image above, which is the endless barrage team comp:

  • Orisa (Tank)
  • Mercy (Healer)
  • Hanzo (DPS)
  • Junkrat (DPS)
  • Pharah (DPS)

Pharah and Mercy are arguably one of the strongest combinations unless they get directly countered by hit scans such as Soldier 76 or Cassidy, after which you can freely opt to switch to anything else that you prefer to adjust the comp to your liking.

However, we found that with a well-versed Junkrat player as well as the Pharaoh maintaining her distance, you shouldn’t face too much trouble as Junkrat’s great damage and landmines can destroy the nimblest of heroes in a matter of seconds. Furthermore, with the changes made to Hanzo’s kit from his early days during the first game, he is also a vital DPS now in the hands of a skilled player.

If you feel like you are lacking in terms of healing power, you can opt to switch Hanzo with either Moira or Brigitte as both of them are excellent to support alongside Mercy and can stand their own fight most of the time using their weapons and other utility abilities.

7. Zone Control Overflow

Zone Control Overflow team comp
The Zone Control Overflow Team comp (Image credit: eXputer)

Another one of the unique teams shown in the image above performs well in Defensive situations, and they consist of the following characters:

  • Orisa (Tank)
  • Roadhog (Tank)
  • Ana (Healer)
  • Moira (Healer)
  • Mei (DPS/Utility)

Orisa and Ana both go hand-in-hand as she can use her as cover during one of the more hectic fights. Still, most importantly, players should opt to empower her as she can destroy enemies with her massive AoE blast from the Terra Surge Ultimate. Roadhog is fixated here to provide an additional layer of defense as he can hook in enemies and blast them to death with his powerful shotgun-like weapon.

Moira can act as the backup support here, plus she can also deal damage using her decaying abilities. We would advise you to evaluate each situation carefully in order to determine whether your team needs desperate heals from the healing orb or an additional area covering damage via the Decaying orb.

Lastly, Mei is easily one of the best utility kit characters in the game, as she supports high damage using her endothermic blaster’s firing modes. What makes her so useful, especially in defensive situations, is solely due to her Blizzard Ultimate freezing enemies around in close proximity. Still, most of all, her ice wall can prove to be insanely useful to help block incoming enemy routes or add a protective layer against deadly attacks.

8. Pure Offense Team Comp

Overwatch 2 Offense team comp
The Pure Offense Team Comp (image credit: eXputer)

As shown in the image above, our pure offensive-focused team comp is comprised of the following heroes in Overwatch 2:

  • Junker Queen (Tank)
  • Sojourn (DPS)
  • Genji (DPS)
  • Brigitte (Healer)
  • Lucio (Healer)

Looking to dish out the rawest DPS in a short amount of time? Then look no further than with our offensive team comp.

If you’ve played with the sequel’s newly introduced heroes, then you should likely know how powerful Junker Queen can be at the right place and at the right time. You can combine her great damage output with heroes such as Sojourn and Genji that can blindside your enemy and take them down a peg or two.

What ties it all together neatly is Brigitte, who can flail away at her enemies and add shields, and the cherry on top is none other than Lucio, who can heal away in his large radius as well as give you the burst of momentum via his speed boost ability. Thankfully, the comp is freely adjustable, so you can fixate almost any hero here that you would like. Still, we suggested these specifically from our experience playing them in a variety of matches.

9. Impenetrable Fortress

Overwatch 2 Fortified Artillery
The Fortified Artillery team comp (Image Credit: eXputer)

As shown in the image above, one of the last few team comps we will be discussing in Overwatch 2 includes the following heroes:

  • Orisa (Tank)
  • Sigma (Tank)
  • Zenyatta (Healer)
  • Symmetra (DPS)
  • Ashe (DPS)

The three main stars of this comp are Symmetra, Orisa, and Sigma, who can form an unbreakable defense with the proper coordination and planning.

We found that using Ashe helped greatly here as her Dynamite and B.O.B ultimate can cover ranged targets with ease, but you substitute her with anyone else, just as Cassidy or even Sombra. Zenyatta will be your primary healer, and it is essential that your team covers any chances of flanking by the opposition so that he doesn’t get taken out of the occasion and the entire fortress crumbles.

Strategically placing the laser turrets of Symmetra will be key during the open-ended places. Be especially mindful of placing them in closed-out spaces where the enemy can retreat for cover. The real hassle will be to cover the healing of both Sigma and Orisa, but thankfully, they will have enough shields or armor so that you can focus on one of them at a given time.

10. All-Purpose Healing Squad

Overwatch 2 healer team comp
The healer team comp in Overwatch 2 (image credit: eXputer)

Lastly, it brings us to our final team comps that you can use in Overwatch 2, which as shown in the image above, consist of the following characters:

  • Soldier 76 (DPS)
  • Junkrat (DPS)
  • Roadhog (Tank)
  • Mercy (Healer)
  • Zenyatta (Healer)

Believe it or not, there was a time during the original Overwatch when five healers plus a tank was considered the most downright comical team comp for the game in quickplay mode. Thankfully, we have brought a similar comp to the table here. Still, instead of all healers, we will be relying on heroes that can SELF-HEAL themselves, such as Soldier 76’s Biotic Field and Roadhog’s “Take-a-Breather” abilities.

The team can work astoundingly well. You can pair our heavy damage dealer, Junkrat, with Mercy for the damage boost and keep him healthy as he rains down grenades and landmines on his foes.

The comp is great for the Control Match type, and if you feel like the team is feeling naked or weak, then, by all means, you can swap Zenyatta out for another tank, such as Orisa, which will work great, too. Mercy should be on the lookout for if their other teammates may need healing; otherwise, just stick to amplifying attacks, and it should be smooth sailing for the most part.

My Thoughts

The Team comps we have designed for you can be easily used in both Role and Non-role queue modes, so in case you just want to lay back and have fun, then be sure to try out all of our comps with your friends or teammates.

You can freely adjust them in whichever way you want for the Role queue, too, but make sure that you think twice about using them in the competitive mode as sometimes you will need a focused team to commit to the heroes here and their play style. Overwatch 2 has highly benefitted from the change to Five-versus-five combat, and we are eager to experience how Blizzard manages to elevate the ecosystem further later down the road.

However, this wraps up our detailed guide of the 10 Best team comps that players can use in Overwatch 2. Do let us know if you find them fun to use with your squad and if you have any tips you would like to share about our team comps or adjust them.

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