Blizzard is giving away freebies to ‘Overwatch 2’ players to apologize for its rocky launch

Blizzard has previously admitted this Overwatch 2 The launch, spoiled by a series of bugs, DDoS attacks and other problems, did not live up to players’ expectations. While the company has made great strides towards making the game playable – many players couldn’t even log in initially – its work is far from done. Now the developer is trying to make it up to the fans by handing out freebies and hosting events. There will be multiple Double Match XP weekends to allow players to earn points and rank up. Blizzard will announce specific dates for the events shortly.

Players who log in between October 25th and the end of Season 1 will also receive a Legendary Cursed Captain Reaper Skin and a Health Pack Weapon Charm. Both items will be automatically added to people’s collection if they log in within that time window. In its announcement, Blizzard said it will provide more stability updates, starting with another patch due to be released this week. It also said it is closely monitoring the game for more issues and bugs that pop up.

The developer maintains a public list of known issues on their forums, but players will find more that they have yet to acknowledge. Users are reporting issues with certain characters in the game, such as Mei whose ice wall behaves inconsistently aloud kotaku. Blizzard even had to draw two heroes completely removed from the game to fix some bugs in the skill kits.

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