Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide – Overwatch 2 Guide

Junker Queen is a new hero added in Overwatch 2. Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide will help you acquire essential mechanics for this hero and will help you play against it.

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The Junker Queen is designed to take part in close combat with enemy heroes. Many of her abilities apply wounds that cause enemies to slowly drain health.

Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide – Abilities

Adrenaline Rush (Passive) – Ability: All wound damage that Janker Queen does causes her to heal herself.

Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide

Scattergun (Primary Fire) – Weapon: Janker Queen has a pump action shotgun that shoots 10 pallets per shot up to 6 shots. She can deal up to 80 damage per shot and her reload time is 1.5 seconds. 

Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide
Jagged Blade (Secondary Fire) – Ability: Janker Queen possesses a blade that upon quick melee wounds enemies. Using her ability throws a blade in an arc and reactivating this ability recalls it. If you hit an enemy with the ability, the enemy will be pulled back upon recalling it. Blade damages enemies in both directions.

Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide
Commanding Shout (Left Shift) – Ability: Janker Queen shouts and increases her health by 200 and nearby allies health by 50. She also increases the movement speed of everyone in 15 meters radius by 30%. This ability lasts 5 seconds for herself and 3 seconds for the ally and has a cooldown of 15 seconds.

Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide
Carnage (E) – Ability: Janker Queen Swings her axe to wound all enemies in front of her and deals damage over time. She deals 90 damage on impact and 40 wound damage over 3 seconds. It has a cast time of 1 second and a cooldown of 8 seconds.

Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide
Rampage (Q) – Ultimate Ability: Janker Queen charges forward wounding enemies, and dealing damage over time that prevents them from being healed. It does 100 damage over 5 seconds and has a maximum range of 25 meters forward. 

Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide

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Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide – Playstyle

Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide will not teach you how to adjust to any situation on the battlefield but how should this hero be played.  Junker Queen is a tank that plays on the front lane. She is a very aggressive type of tank that want to chase enemies until they die.

Unfortunately, it's not always a good decision because a lot depends on your teammates, especially on supports. If u are getting enough heal you will be unstoppable but if your healer won't be able to out–heal enemy damage dealers you will die immediately due to a lack of any shields or escape mechanisms.

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Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide

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She is a very immobile hero so she can't really be played into every match up but if the enemy plays, for example, Roadhog or Zarya who don't have any mobility it will just work. Playing Junker Queen as a defense tank won't lead you to anything.

She doesn't have a shield that will protect your team and she has a shotgun that obviously is the best at close range so as long as enemies wait and deal damage from afar you will be useless.

Is Junker Queen In the Meta?

Junker Queen was introduced in Overwatch 2 but she isn't very popular.  As I play the game that she was barely visible in any ranked game I played. 

Junker Queen doesn't seem to be a very strong hero and that's definitely true. Her only movement ability is Commanding Shout which also provides her survivability so she can't really use it to chase enemies that survived and try to hide from our team.

She doesn't really have many health points so she can't take much on the face, so what is the tank doing if not tanking? She just doesn't have a kit that fits in meta nowadays that is very dynamic and everyone deals a lot of damage.

Overwatch 2 Junker Queen Guide

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