In case you’re struggling to discover a match in Overwatch 2, Blizzard shared that it’s at the moment beneath a mass distributed denial of service (DDoS) assault, stopping profitable matchmaking.
Blizzard president Mike Ybarra shared that the Overwatch 2 servers are beneath a mass DDoS assault and that the groups are working to mitigate the injury.
Sadly we’re experiencing a mass DDoS assault on our servers. Groups are working laborious to mitigate/handle. That is inflicting a whole lot of drop/connection points. https://t.co/4GwrfHEiBE
— Mike Ybarra (@Qwik) October 4, 2022
It is unclear how lengthy it should take for the servers to be absolutely functioning, however it’s marring the launch of Overwatch 2 which Blizzard has been planning for months.
Social media is stuffed with gamers sharing their failed matchmaking makes an attempt and prolonged queues, that are partially associated to the DDoS assault.
Based on the Overwatch 2 official points web page, gamers on each PC and consoles are encountering “Surprising Server Errors,” together with points like sure cosmetics and objects not displaying up of their assortment.
Gamers are additionally being disconnected from servers.
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The official Overwatch Twitter web page will probably be the very best supply for up to date info. Within the meantime, you possibly can try IGN’s full evaluation of Overwatch 2 to seek out out our ideas on Blizzard’s long-awaited sequel.
Matt T.M. Kim is IGN’s Information Editor. You possibly can attain him @lawoftd.