Overwatch 2 DDoS Attack Twitter

One of the biggest games of the year got off to a rocky start, to say the least.

The sequel to 2016's colorful multiplayer shooter, Overwatch 2 is cut from the same cloth and extends the life of Blizzard's mega-hit , without completely reinventing the wheel.

But since Overwatch 2 was released on Tuesday, it has been plagued with problems, including a DDoS attack that destroyed the game on release day.

Unfortunately, we are experiencing a massive DDoS attack on our servers," confirmed Mike Ybarra, president of Blizzard Entertainment, on Twitter yesterday. if not impossible.

Blizzard's Overwatch Game Director Aaron Keller posted an update on Twitter on Wednesday, but things weren't looking much better.

According to Keller, a second DDoS attack is being prepared and the servers are not yet stable.

Overwatch 2 is coming and will also offer PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, and PC Cross-play so you can team up with friends no matter what platform they're on.

A smooth multiplayer experience has always been one of the things Blizzard does best, and Overwatch historically is no exception.

New heroes and quality of life features are also on the way, including the controversial choice to make Overwatch 2 free-to-play. 

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