Now you don’t have to be Craig David to get a Rewind.

Wanting to improve your game? Or do you just want to see what happened before your untimely demise? Well, Blizzard has introduced a replay feature to Overwatch which will enable you to peruse over your games and analyse the match.

The replay feature is currently testing on the Public Test Realm (PTR) for PC only at the moment, but the feature is planned to roll out to consoles later. Replays allow you to watch your previous matches from any vantage point. Whether you want a first-person, third-person, or a bird’s-eye view, you can see it all with this tool. It’s a great way to learn about yourself and your opponents’ strategies and play styles.

Replay Menu Screen

You can view available Replays from your Player Profile under the Replays tab. There you’ll be able to load up your 10 most recent matches in all game modes (except for Tutorial and Practice Range). Replays will be available for the duration of a patch; as with Highlights, your Replays will be reset when a new patch launches.