Follow our guide, if you want to know how to find the highlights location in Overwatch 2, as well as tips on how to change it.

Overwatch 2 Highlights Location

Follow our guide, if you want to know how to find the highlights location in Overwatch 2, as well as tips on how to change it.

Blizzard introduced a new highlights feature in Overwatch 2, which allows players to record and save their best gameplay moments, to then share online should they so choose.

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Our guide will show you the exact highlights location in Overwatch 2, as well as provide you with tips on how to change where highlights are saved.

How to Watch Highlights in Overwatch 2

All of your daily highlights can be found in the designated Overwatch 2 menu, where you can rewatch your top five best moments of the day.

You can watch them by following these steps:

  1. Go to the main menu.
  2. Select “Career Profile” menu.
  3. Go to “History” tab.
  4. Select “Highlights” option.
  5. Press “View Highlight” on a desired video.

Here you can find all of your saved highlights, which can be instantly played for your pleasure.

Highlights Location Folder

Watching Overwatch 2 highlights is great, but what if you want to share them with your friends online? Fortunately, the videos can be saved in the same menu as before:

  1. Right-click on the video of your choice.
  2. Click on “SAVE” button.
  3. Adjust quality settings in the new window.

Once the video is saved, you can find it on your hard drive at the following location:

  1. Click on “My Computer” icon or press the “Start” button.
  2. Go to “Documents” folder.
  3. Go to “Overwatch” folder.

The videos can be found in the “Videos” sub folder in the format you’ve chosen during the save process before.

How to Change Highlights Location

By default, Overwatch 2 saves all your videos in the following path on your PC: C:Users[PROFILE]DocumentsOverwatchvideosoverwatch.

But you can change this location, if it doesn’t suit you, by following these steps:

  1. Go to “DocumentsOverwatchSettings” folder.
  2. Right-click on “Settings_v0.ini” file.
  3. Select “Open with Notepad” option.
  4. Search the following line in the text: [MovieExport.1]
  5. Add the following line right under it: VideoPath = ” “

Type in the desired path between the brackets, and save and exit the file. After that all your highlights will be automatically saved in the new directory.

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