The Overwatch server is currently in beta, so the most common problems are not the bugs they say they are.
The game is not the most popular game of all time, but it’s still popular enough to get plenty of traffic.
So far, the most frequently reported issues are a crash on the server, and a server crash when playing on the game’s biggest map, Dust II.
The servers are open 24/7, and players are free to use them for anything they want, including online.
But they are not always well-maintained, and there have been many reports of server crashes.
There’s been some positive feedback on Reddit, though.
“It’s been very, very easy to work around and is pretty much just a matter of finding the servers that aren’t working,” one Reddit user wrote.
A player reported a server issue with the Overwatch server when he logged in on Monday.
The player reported that his computer’s firewall was blocking the IP address of the server.
“I was playing in a region with other people and all the servers went down and I couldn’t access them,” he wrote.
“I had to log back in and go to the server’s dashboard to see it wasn’t working.”
The problem wasn’t permanent, but he was able to get the server back up again.
It appears that there are some issues with the servers, and some players have been posting reports on Reddit about it.
In a thread on the subreddit OverwatchHelp, a user called “Danktronix” posted a screenshot of a server log showing an error message saying the game was not responding.
“When I logged in to the game, I couldn (sic) even connect to the servers,” the user wrote, “they are all locked.”