In the first, one team tries to take out the other to the last player.
Kaplan also explained some of the maps have been modified to accommodate the two game modes, and a new map was made exclusively for Deathmatch.
For those PC players out there, the new Deathmatch modes are rolling out now on the PTR. Apparently, the feature that was added late in 2016 is what finally convinced him that a free for all would be viable.
There are two main ways players will be playing this mode and the first one is a free-for-all mode that allows you choose any hero you would like. According to a recent (and surprising) developer update, game director Jeff Kaplan has revealed that they will be rolling in a new Deathmatch game mode to Overwatch. Details regarding the new map are still scarce and Blizzard has yet to provide images of what it even looks like.
Although Team Deathmatch is a simple, straightforward game mode, you should adjust your team compositions accordingly.
If you're in the top four in each match, you'll get win credit toward your loot boxes. Blizzard has announced that the newest mode being added to their shooter is Deathmatch. A new map is being introduced with the game mode and takes place at the home of the sniper, Widowmaker.
As for character selection for the Free-For-All mode, you should probably go for someone with a decent damage output, who would usually lead the attack in Payload or Capture the Point modes. You'll find it in the Arcade section, which is where Blizzard puts its alternative game modes.
"Chateau Guillard is located near Annecy in southeastern France". The map dubbed Château Guillard will be seen in action in the developer's update video.
What do you think of the addition of deathmatch to Overwatch?