The servers for "Overwatch 2" have been hit by a second DDoS attack in less than eight hours,

The servers for "Overwatch 2" have been hit by a second DDoS attack in less than eight hours, and everyone is working to fix the problems. 

Overwatch 2's launch day problems are still going on, according to Aaron Keller, the game's director.

Eight hours after the game went live, the servers were hit by a second DDoS attack. 

Keller wrote at 12:30AM ET, "We're steadily making progress on server issues and stability, and we're also dealing with a second DDoS attack."

"Everyone is working, and we'll keep working through the night. Thank you for your patience. We'll let you know when we have more information. 

 " At 4:33 PM ET, Blizzard president Mike Ybarra told everyone about the first DDoS attack. 

The first day of Overwatch 2 has been rough. Players have also said that after merging their accounts, they can't see all of their cosmetics and money. 

During the day, many people had trouble getting into Overwatch 2 because there were long lines and problems connecting to the servers. 

But there is a bright side to the cloud. Since the lines are so long, it's clear that a lot of people want to try out Overwatch 2.

Here's hoping that Blizzard can fix the problems quickly so that people can jump in and see what I think is an exciting change to Overwatch.

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