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    “Mass DDoS attack” causes Overwatch 2 server issues

    Overwatch 2 server issues : At present, Overwatch 2 is experiencing a number of server issues, resulting in lengthy queue times and a variety of other issues. The high volume of players trying to log in for a game may seem to be causing Blizzard’s servers to buckle, but the problem actually appears to be caused by a “massive DDoS attack.”

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    A Blizzard president (thank you VGC) has stated that Blizzard is experiencing server problems as a result of the attack, and that Blizzard’s teams are working hard to mitigate/manage the situation. As Ybarra also claims, a large number of players are experiencing connection problems as a result of this DDoS attack.

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    “Unfortunately we are experiencing a mass DDoS attack on our servers,” says Ybarra on his personal Twitter account. “Teams are working hard to mitigate/manage. This is causing a lot of drop/connection issues.”

    It is likely that this attack is responsible for several of the game’s launch issues, including reports of lengthy queue times and server disconnects. The attack may also be responsible for players being unable to transfer over their skins, items, and currency from the original Overwatch, since several players have been locked out of previously purchased cosmetics.

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    It is likely that Blizzard will resolve the issue pretty soon, but you may want to wait until tomorrow to jump into Overwatch 2 to give the developers adequate time to resolve the issue.

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    Furthermore, Activision Blizzard has once again come under fire regarding ongoing negotiations with Raven Software’s QA testers. According to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Raven Software refused to offer staff who were seeking unionization at the time pay increases of up to $20 an hour. As a result of the NLRB’s findings, those who are still in negotiations over working conditions have gained a small amount of leverage.

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