Overwatch 2 stars in an injured premiere due to a msive hacker attack

There is no online game debut without problems. After the death of Overwatch, Blizzard Entertainment h started the anticipated access of its sequel, Overwatch 2, which works under a free-to-play model. The game officially left yesterday October 4, but many players suffered queues and falls. What happened? Mike Ibarra, president of the company, hmunicated on Twitter that the game servers have been the victim of a ms attack of DDoS.

The teams are working hard on the problems of Overwatch 2 servers, he explained and varies in his tweet. We are honored by the enthusim of the players and We will continue focusing on the problems so that users can have fun. Thanks for the patience. Shortly after, in a later tweet, the manager h recognized the hacker attack:

Unfortunately, we are experiencing a msive attack on our servers. The teams are working in full to mitigate and manage [the problem] . This is causing a lot of falls and connection errors.

a second attack

Aaron Keller, from Blizzard Entertainment, h offered another informative update on social networks. According to him, the study is getting progress when stabilizing servers , but also argues that there h been a second attack. We will continue working during the night. And he adds. We will share more information when available.

Overwatch 2 is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Nintendo Switch and PC. If you want to know the minimum and recommended requirements in compatible we suggest you consult this news.


Beyond Overwatch 2, Blizzard Entertainment plans to launch Diablo IV next year, although they have not yet shared a specific launch window , much less a specific date. Meanwhile, the North American company is still aware of the purche operation of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft, which at the moment remains waiting for its approval.


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