Overwatch 2’s Mei is temporarily disabled due to an ice wall bug

Blizzard has announced that they are temporarily disabling Mei from Overwatch 2 following bug reports regarding her Ice Wall ability. According to the statement, these bugs have allowed players to go to unintended locations. The group is currently working to resolve the issues and aims to bring the Arctic probe back into service by November 15.

In addition to pushing characters to off-limits areas, some players have reported problems with Mei’s Ice Wall not being able to block attacks or lift party members. In a clip shared by Twitter user stefayylmao1, hitting Mei’s Ice Wall causes Kiriko to enter an undetected area, which she can exploit since she can’t be hit when taking down enemies.

Mei is not the first character to be withdrawn from Overwatch 2. Earlier this month, both Torbjorn and Bastion was withdrawn from the game after players reported bugs with their abilities. The pair was reintroduced to the game on October 25, along with the Junkertown map. Blizzard’s estimated downtime for Mei falls in line with Torbjorn and Bastion’s removals, giving us a first look at how fixes and other changes will be implemented in the service header Newly released live.

In GameSpot’s review of Overwatch 2, we wrote, “Overwatch 2 looks like a great update to a multiplayer game with mechanics that allow for intense skirmishes between heroic teams. However, as a team of heroes. is a separate entity and sequel, it crashes. The changes to the core gameplay are steps in the right direction, but it’s surrounded by new points of friction that weren’t there before.”

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