Newly released Overwatch 2 suffers DDoS server and player queue issues

Newly released Overwatch 2 suffers DDoS server and player queue issues

Games from well-known developers that are free to play always attract attention, whether or not the game’s hype has died down. Overwatch 2 is going through this, the game has become free-to-play and has been scrambled by queues and DDoS attacks that cluttered its servers and received an outcry.

When it was released in the early hours of October 5th, Indonesia time, Overwatch 2 encountered a DDoS that caused server chaos, a large number of players could not enter the game, and eventually had server queuing problems or lost connections, even though they could enter the game.

Blizzard President Mike Ybarra immediately confirmed that his team is working to address server issues in Overwatch 2 in order to cater to player enthusiasm.

Overwatch 2 itself is free to play with no conditions. So it’s no surprise that so many players want to try the second series. However, it is undeniable that there are many obstacles in the game. In addition to the server, many players protested because Battle.net forced the activation of mobile phone numbers for security reasons.

Overwatch 2 is now free to play, and also free to play on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch and PC.You can monitor the latest developments about the game itself on the official website here.

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Newly released Overwatch 2 suffers DDoS server and player queue issues

Overwatch 2

Publisher: Blizzard

Developer: Blizzard

TB release date

Console, PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One

The latest sequel to the competitive shooter Overwatch promises a variety of makeovers and new content. Some of the main content highlights are various game modes, new story content, new heroes, and more.