Overwatch 2 It was one of the most anticipated releases, but its first days were affected by different problems that ended up affecting users. Blizzard has apologized to players and promised to fix the bugs.
Overwatch 2 started off on the wrong foot. Among the most serious technical problems it suffered were the crash of its server (and its temporary closure) and account merger failures. In addition to two DDoS attacks on the same day of its launch.
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In response, Blizzard has issued a statement apologizing for the game’s rocky debut. “First, we want to apologize to our players. We expected the launch of Overwatch 2 to go smoothly”, they write. “We hold ourselves to a higher standard and are working hard to resolve the issues you are experiencing.”.
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A strange bug caused Overwatch 2 users, when forced to link their account with a phone number, to receive a text message that they later excluded players with prepaid plans from the game. Blizzard assures that this link will no longer be necessary for Battle.net users.
Blizzard is also working to improve the stability of the server, which was crashing frequently. As for account merge failures, the company is shipping a UI update for users to can recover their lost items.
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Overwatch 2 is a free-to-play video game, and is available for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.
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