I can’t believe it’s finally here – I’m using Bing to build up enough points to get Overwatch 2 Coins and finally buy one of the new skins. But I’m not the only one who can benefit from this; You can too.
Monitoring 2 Accessing skins has become even easier thanks to Microsoft rewards. You can use Bing and some other ways to earn Microsoft Points toward prizes like gift cards, sweepstakes, and now Overwatch 2 Coins.
All you need to do is sign in to your Microsoft account and access your points. If you’ve been using Bing for a while and haven’t redeemed your points, there’s a good chance you have a few left.
After you see how many points you have, head to the redeem section of the store and search for “Overwatch 2”. Here you’ll find a few options, but the one you’ll want is Overwatch Coins Digital Code. Once you select the number of coins, a digital code will be sent to your Microsoft email, which you can redeem through Battle.net.
Mind Number Bing Search
Let’s break down those bonus point numbers.
You can choose 200 coins for 1800 points, 500 coins for 5000 points, or 1000 coins for 10000 points. So, you can get the new Star Sheep Orisa pack that costs 1,900 Overwatch coins for about 20,000 points. You can also purchase the new Street Runner Genji pack worth 1,500 Overwatch coins for 15,000 points.
However, if you really want to save on points, it might make more sense to get 200 coins and build up from there. Choosing 200 coins is the best value for money, Orisa skin only costs 17100 points and Genji skin needs 13500 points if you use this technique and only get 200 coins at a time. While this is a great way to get the most out of your Microsoft Points, it’s not as straightforward as buying larger packages. It’s a bit counterintuitive, but trust me, it’s the best way to get the most out of your money. In addition, since Overwatch skin prices are higher in single digits, it is easier to get 500 or 1000 coins.
While this may sound daunting, it is not as difficult as it sounds and can save you money. It’s good to keep in mind that 1,000 coins in Overwatch will cost you $10 / £8.60 / AU$15.40, which converts to 10,000 Microsoft Points, which you can earn for doing almost nothing.
While you can save money with Microsoft rewards points, they didn’t appear out of thin air — it takes some serious time to break down the points. It is important to note that Tier 1 members earn up to 5 points per day, and 150 points per month, by searching through Bing on PC or mobile.
In return, Level 2 members earn up to 20 points per day and 600 points per month. So if you’re a fan of the new Star Sheep Orisa skin, it’ll take you 4000 days or 11 years to use Bing.
Bing’s annoying realization
I can’t decide if I’ve been disowned or robbed by this new hack. On the one hand, I can finally laugh in the face of those who have questioned my use of Bing. It’s the default, and I don’t always have time to change it. However, it’s also sad that it took Bing a decade just to get a free skin in Overwatch 2. Am I that desperate?
Yes, I am, and I’m not ashamed about it. I am a young professional in an energy crisis. I can’t afford to spend money on things like leather. But I still want to have fun Features that were originally free In the first Overwatch.
My plan is to spend eight years Bing-ing to buy a new Genji skin in Street Running because it’s Genji, and it has a hood. As far as I’m concerned, it’s worth the effort. So, for now, I will be using Bing as my search engine. It may sound silly, but after my next big purchase in eight years, I’ll be the one laughing.
- I’ve played over 500 games of Overwatch 2, and all I’ve gotten is a Cyberdemon tag