In this guide, we’ll show you how to play Kiriko effectively in Overwatch 2. Kiriko Kamori is a support hero who throws protection Suzu to her allies. She can also use Kunai depending on what her allies need at the current moment of the game. You can switch between damage and healing to help your teammates as much as possible.
Kiriko is a very effective healer, especially when your teammates stick together. You can split your healing, share some talismans, and heal a group of teammates at the same time.
How to Play Kiriko Effectively in Overwatch 2
You can destroy weak enemies by throwing these Kunais. If you headshot with Kunai, you can do 120 damage to the enemy, which is really cool. Unless your aim is bad, 40 body damage is strong enough to kill low HP enemies. Then you can switch to healing and help your team push the enemy.
You should stay close to your teammates to be effective in the game. You can use the wall climbing ability to get away from the enemies that are after you. Swift Step and Wall Climb are great abilities to distract the enemy team. You can survive longer by distracting the enemies.
We recommend using Swift Step defensively rather than actively attacking enemies. If you get ambushed, you can teleport yourself to a place where you can survive. Don’t teleport yourself to a place where you can get stuck there.
If you want to play Kiriko effectively, you will need to be mobile and stay as a team. Always make sure your teammates are around you so you can keep healing your entire team. You always need to be aware of enemy positions and what your teammates are doing.
Kitsune Rush is Kiriko’s strongest attack, which is pretty cool. Kiriko summons a fox spirit that creates an area where your teammates receive 50% attack and speed bonuses. Your allies will also receive a 3x cooldown reduction. Make sure to only use this overpowered attack when your allies are stacked closer together.