Overwatch 2 apologizes for launch snafus with spooky skin and charm compensation


Blizzard is not oblivious to the discontent swirling around the launch of Overwatch 2 last week, and it’s planning to make some amends. Several amends, in fact.

“We apologize for any issues players experienced around the game’s launch,” the studio wrote last night. “To help make up for any lost time, we’re planning to run several Double Match XP weekends: we will confirm the specific dates for these soon. We’ll also be giving all players who log in from October 25 through to the end of Season One an all-new Cursed Captain Reaper Legendary skin and a Health Pack Weapon Charm. These items will become part of your collection from the first time you log in during that time window.”

“Launching Overwatch 2 as a live service comes with amazing opportunities and challenges, both anticipated and unexpected. We’ve largely stabilized the game overall, and we’ve made a lot of progress in fixing or improving issues some of you are facing. We’re committed to consistently investigating issues as they arise, working quickly towards fixes, and being transparent with our community on the status of Overwatch 2. The team continues to work to deploy further stability updates, with another patch planned for later this week, and we are monitoring the game closely for emergent issues and bugs.”

Blizzard signs off saying it’ll “be back later in the week with an update on other game feedback [it’s] been seeing around the community.”

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