Overwatch 2: 6 Two-Hero Combos To Use in Season 4

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Overwatch 2: 6 Two-Hero Combos To Use in Season 4

Let’s take a look at 4 of the best two-hero combinations to use in Overwatch 2 Season 4.

As we’re slowly going into mid-Season 4 of Overwatch 2, players are eager to reach their desired rank as fast as possible. Many focus on using the S-tier heroes because they believe those names will help them perform better. Although the heroes are really good, players need to work with someone in their team if they want to be even more successful.

We know that many Overwatch 2 Season 4 players queue up with friends in Competitive Play. Therefore, this guide will go over some of the best two-hero combinations you can use in Overwatch 2 Season 4. We will walk you through the most effective combos yet and how to use them.
With that said, we expect to see an Overwatch 2 Season 4 update shortly that will have an effect on the meta. Therefore, don’t forget to follow us for more information.

Mei and Cassidy

Art of the hero Mei with weapon drawn and ice effects surrounding her

If you like braw combos in Overwatch 2 Season 4, Mei and Cassidy are definitely two of the best heroes you can get. Most people in the game like DPS, so you and your friend can choose this role and dominate your opponents.

Despite the fact that Cassidy received a lot of nerfs following his dominance in Season 3, he is still not bad. Magnetic Grenade continues to be one of the best abilities in the game, so players who know how to use it can be a nightmare to play against.
On the other hand, Mei is a hero who can work well in all sorts of combos. Even though her damage output is not that impressive, her utility makes her one of the best in a braw combo. She can block enemy tanks/players and prevent them from using their combos. This, combined with Cassidy’s damage output makes this one of the most exciting combos in the game right now.

Reaper and Junker Queen

The next two-hero combo to use in Season 4 of Overwatch 2 is Reaper and Junker Queen. Many of you may find this combination strange because neither of the two heroes is that popular yet. However, they can work well in certain setups, and following our tests, it’s safe to say that they can dominate games.

Despite these heroes’ ults not working well together, the fact that both have to be aggressive to be effective has a huge impact on the game. Since these 2 heroes always try to pick fights up close, JQ can use her Shout to help Reaper do even more damage and be tankier.

Of course, this Overwatch 2 Season 4 combo won’t work all the time because Reaper and JQ are not good against every enemy. For example, things like Mercy and Pharah can be tough to deal with because they’re both flying and do insane amounts of damage.

Genji and Ana

Despite the fact that many people consider Genji to be one of the worst DPS heroes in Season 4 of Overwatch 2, there is no arguing the hero’s amazing with Ana. The latter is actually among the top supports in the game right now. Hence, she appears in all skill brackets.

The reason why these 2 heroes work really well together is pretty simple – Nanoblade. Genji has one of the best ultimates in the game, so when you combine it with Ana’s ultimate, the hero can destroy absolutely anything.

The only downside with this combo is that the person playing with Genji must be really good. Genji is among the most complex heroes in the game, and he can feel pretty useless in the hands of those who can’t utilize what he offers.

Tracer and D.Va


If you’ve read some of our articles about the hottest heroes in Overwatch 2 Season 4, you probably know that Tracer is on the list. She’s probably the best DPS right now because of her ability to disrupt the enemy’s backlines and kill any weaker opponents. With that said. D.Va is also a pretty solid tank in all skill brackets, which is why these 2 heroes work really well together.

Besides the fact that these 2 heroes are good in the current meta, they work well together because they can be aggressive. Once D.Va starts pushing, enemies have to focus on her because she can be dangerous. This gives Tracer enough space to sneak in and kill at least one or two squishies.

Ramattra and Ana

People who’re lucky to have a friend who plays a Tank/DPS in Overwatch 2 Season 4 can use this to their advantage and run the classic Ramattra and Ana setup. Besides the fact that these 2 heroes are among the best in the game right now, the combo itself is easy to pull off. 

Aside from the fact that these 2 heroes are excellent on their own, their ultimates work really well together. Like the Geni and Ana combo, the support’s ultimate makes this tank unkillable. Furthermore, he can go rip through pretty much anything, and enemies won’t be able to stop him. 

Of course, this combo is not invincible because there are several things that can get in its way. For example, some CC abilities are really hard to deal with, so players must be careful when playing against Ana and other heroes. 

Widowmaker and Sigma

The last combo we want to include in this article is a bit weird for some players, and it definitely won’t work in all skill brackets. Widowmaker is one of the best DPS in the game, but the hero is hard to master, so not many people can use her properly. However, if you or your friend is among the few that can land headshots, the combo with Sigma works pretty well.

The main reason why these 2 heroes are strong together is because of Sigma’s Ult. His ability to lift targets and keep them in the air for a few seconds is enough for a good Widowmaker player to land a headshot. Needless to say, the two Overwatch 2 Season 4 heroes can work well together. 

Overwatch 2: 6 Two-Hero Combos To Use in Season 4
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