If you are having trouble logging in Monitor 2 At launch, you are not alone. Blizzard President Mike Ybarra announced on Twitter that Monitor 2 Servers are currently subject to a “massive” distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, which typically occurs when something is maliciously flooded with traffic to prevent others from connecting. This is probably the main reason for the connection problems that anyone trying to log into the game has.
Monitor 2 Just launch todaypeople were Reports obscenely long wait Sometimes, with some sitting in the back Tens of thousands of players. it was there Other launch issues, such as lost cosmetics, lost match records, and buggy cameras. Strange bugs are normal when launching a massive live service game. But someone is trying to launch a cyber attack Monitor 2 Not very common.
Servers will likely be back soon. likely. We don’t have a specific time to get to that. Kotaku I contacted Blizzard about when the servers will return to full capacity but had not received a response by press time.
The new free shooting game from Blizzard is designed as a complete replacement for the original note and watch, which just saw its servers stop working yesterday after six years. That means you can’t jump there Note and watch While waiting for the DDoS attack to finish, unfortunately. Pre-screened critics Monitor 2 Seems to be sold out On the actual gameplaybut I felt a little cold on walled live service Progress to unlock characters. People were already convinced of that Monitor 2 It’s hardly more than an update to a perfectly serviceable competitive game, so the free-to-play switchover seemed like one of the biggest changes was a major concern for many fans.
Anyway, I hope you can at least get your place in class back once Blizzard takes back control of the servers.
Update 10/5/22 at 10:00 AMET: Overwatch 2’s game director says that the game has now suffered a second DDoS attack. There is no word yet on when the servers will return to their normal functions.
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