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'Overwatch 2' Goes Live

You can now play the sequel to the popular 2016 team-based first-person shooter — if you're lucky enough to get through the lengthy queue, that is. Activision Blizzard blames delays in downloading "Overwatch 2" on a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack on its servers. If you're stuck waiting to play the game, here's everything you need to know about it now.

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    Overwatch 2 DDoS attack results in launch day server woes

    Overwatch 2 DDoS attack results in launch day server woes

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    Digital Trends - By Tomas Franzese

    Overwatch 2 finally launched today, but it’s been tough to consistently enjoy the game because of long virtual queue lines to start playing and other …

    Overwatch 2 is less of a sequel and more of a remix

    Overwatch 2 is less of a sequel and more of a remix

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    The Verge

    Overwatch 2 is out. After its somewhat clouded announcement, a couple of years of damn-near radio silence punctuated by frequent news of delays, the almost complete material neglect of the base game, the departure of the beloved Papa Jeff, several lawsuits resulting in the renaming of a central …

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