The basic play free multi-shoe Overwatch 2 , which has started the service today on October 5, has been hit by a large DDoS attack as soon as it starts, and an error has occurred on the server.
According to the official, server error messages are displayed during signing in, and some players display server error messages among some players who have integrated PCs and console accounts as defects related to boot. It is said that it has been confirmed that it is disconnected from the server and that some items that should be owned are not displayed.
Mike Ibarra, President of Blizzard Entertainment, reported that a large DDoS attack has occurred on the server. DDoS attacks are cyberattacks that send excess access and data from multiple computers to target servers and sites, and apply large loads to cause problems such as delays.
Currently, the team is working hard to solve the problem, saying, Thank you for your improvement. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Overwatch 2 is distributed for basic play free for PC/PS5/PS4/Xbox Series X | S/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch. First, wait for the problem-solving.