What Does Mit Mean In Overwatch 2: Overwatch 2 is now available on consoles and PCs, and some people are confused about what MIT means on the OW2 scoreboard and what it stands for.
The day OW2 came out has been rough. The game was hit by a DDoS attack, and some players aren’t happy with how much skins cost. Also, not all original fans are happy that the game is now only 5v5 and will never be 6v6 again.
Sometimes it’s hard to get a match because the server queues are so long, but when playing, both new and old fans are confused by one number on the scoreboard.
What Does Mit Mean In Overwatch 2?
MIT means “lessened damage” and is what it stands for on the Overwatch 2 scoreboard.
It’s a completely new number for OW2, so it’s easy to see why both old fans and new players are confused. According to the original beta patch notes from July, it is a “new statistic that includes the old Damage Blocked and also keeps track of damage prevented by effects like Ana’s Nano Boost or Orisa’s Fortify.”
Tank Heroes have the best defense for this statistic, so characters like D.Va, the new Junker Queen, Orisa, and Sigma should get you higher scores.
Overwatch 2 scoreboard
Changes have also been made to the Assist number on the Overwatch 2 scoreboard.
This is now how you keep track of what a player earns in what used to be called Defensive or Offensive Assists. Here are some other changes that were made and are still in place from the PvP betas:
Completed reorganizing the layout and putting the most important information in one place to make it easier to read.
Final progress indicators have been improved so that they now show numbers.
More see-through so you can see more of the game while looking at the scoreboard.
If you look at the scoreboard, you’ll see columns for E, A, D, DMG, H, and MIT. All of this means Eliminations, Helps, Deaths, Hero Damage, Healing Done, and Damage Stopped.