Overwatch Outage Map
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Overwatch is a team-based multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. It was released in May 2016 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Players on a team work together to secure and defend control points on a map.
Overwatch Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|São Paulo, SP||2|
|Valley Stream, NY||2|
|The Bronx, NY||2|
|Monnaie, Centre-Val de Loire||1|
|Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid||1|
|San Salvador, Departamento de San Salvador||1|
|Cradley Heath, England||1|
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Overwatch Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@pcgamer Overwatch is a competitive game - an esports game. Everybody hated it when Mercy was meta ‘cause nobody wants to play (what able-bodied people consider) a hero that’s too easy… it would cause balancing issues. There’s players with one hand killing it btw even on DPS!!
@anonymousComrad If anything you’re just giving this guy what he wants by changing the name. He will forever be able to brag that he made overwatch change the name of a character. It’s a video game and changing the name of a character won’t solve the issue. Honestly I’ll still call him McCree
Just got broken up with LOL he's just jealous I'm a higher sr than him #overwatch
And the OW team is the one furthest separated from the controversy... Like you all actually need to look into the issue instead of making Overwatch a scapegoat because they changed a character's name.
@hudsun202 @PlayOverwatch Ah! It was a joke. I was thinking 🤔 and was like: yeah there's no way he's serious. But it'll be a very long time for blizzard as a whole to fix many serious issues. The overwatch team is safe though
@PlayOverwatch Overwatch putting as much effort into to fixing the problem as my comp team does to win the game.
@BelfordOrion @CinderWolf5673 @PlayOverwatch i meant the devs more than the actual players. devs usually switch from game to game. i agree, it shouldn’t be ignored but that isn’t the overwatch team’s issue to deal with, it’s blizzard as a whole. this change is an overwatch team idea, not blizzards.
@CasualFolami All this being said, I think it was ******* stupid to rename McCree in the first place. He wasn't a random character in WoW (and don't get me started on the censorship issues there), he was a popular character with a backstory, merch, ect within Overwatch.
@KingBrobert84 @XdaC_life @PlayOverwatch What's for the victims is to fix the environment and punish the perpetrator. I don't see how this helps the victims in any way, this real life "Jesse McCree" guy will probably live longer than the Overwatch game and thus keeping the name in game definitely won't "immortalize" him
@xXoGrimShadyoXx @OverwatchNaeri People gotta realise that Activision Blizzard Businesspeople =/= Overwatch game developers. The devs do what they can, within reason. The higher-ups are the problem.
I noticed the intro I had equipped for Soldier 76 is broken, he just doesn’t show up on screen at all— so I went to the hero gallery and it’s not even in there anymore. Blizzard removed his steak grilling highlight. D: #overwatch
1) Cole Cassidy is a nice gesture and all but there are more important and relevant things Blizzard should be doing to address their problems. 2) Cole Cassidy isn't a creative name. 3) Point 2 doesn't matter because nobody plays Overwatch anymore. :V
@Kotaku I stopped playing Overwatch a long time ago, but I'm so happy Blizzard is doing the correct things to fix their toxic work environment
@JaketheAxolotl This is a weird argument you mention the it’s blizzard not the dev team for overwatch but you criticise them, the dev team shouldn’t have to fix problems that are blizzards fault yet does and people get mad at them for it not being good enough
@NoPulseGames @PlayOverwatch It's a decision from Team4(Overwatch developers) to support the victims and their coworkers. It's not to fans to decide if it's stupid. Also it makes you think isn't? if it were really a higher up decision they would be doing the opposite, no? ignoring the whole issue imo?