Overwatch 2 server error is preventing people from logging in

Overwatch 2 Here, sort of. The sequel to Blizzard’s first-person shooter launched on Tuesday, but was hit with some server issues that immediately, if not particularly surprisingly, left many users unplayable. . Blizzard Support says that they are well aware of the issues and are working to resolve them right now, but there is no timetable for when the game will be fully operational again.

Mike Ybarra, president of Blizzard Entertainment, say Tuesday afternoon that “Teams are working hard on server issues with Overwatch 2. We are very pleased with the excitement of the players and will continue to focus on the issues and keep the players in the fun! Thank you for your patience. “

Ybarra then tweeted that Blizzard is also dealing with “a mass DDoS attack on our servers.”

“Teams are working hard to mitigate/manage,” Ybarra said. “This is causing a lot of network/connection drops.”

The problems seem to be related to Overwatch 2login server’s. The game had a large login queue with a lot of players trying to join at the same time. While some players are making their way through the queue (this is in the thousands), others are struggling at zero then get a login error message and are asked to try again later. Meanwhile, other players get an “Unexpected Server Error” message or get disconnected when they try to load the game.

Here are the current “known launch issues” for Overwatch 2 which Blizzard is trying to solve:

  • Some players who have merged their PC and console accounts experience “Unexpected server error”
  • Some cosmetics, items and currency owned by the player are not visible in their collection
  • Some players are experiencing server disconnection issues

Server crashes when launching a new game are always expected, so they’re no surprise here either. With Blizzard keeping a close eye on this process, the developer Twitter account support might be the best place to check its current status.

Unlike its predecessor, Overwatch 2 is free to play, which makes its downtime disappointing, but not surprising. Original Overwatch closed on Monday, which means there are no other versions of the game for players to switch to while waiting for Blizzard’s server maintenance.


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