Blue Post: “Overwatch Returns” registered users no longer require binding mobile phone numbers
“Overwatch Returns” replaced the previous work and received a good response, and it also became an opportunity for the series to reincarnate. However, since the launch yesterday, there have been cases of poor experience due to “outside the game” reasons, or due to account identification thresholds, or due to server downtime and so on. In response to these problems, Blizzard’s official blue post today announced that it has a response plan and will implement it immediately.
The following is the blue post’s response to the three questions:
First, from October 7th, registered players will no longer be required to bind their mobile phone numbers; new registered users will still need mobile phone number authentication for the purpose of implementing anti-cheating measures;
Second, expand and repair servers to improve queuing and stability; the situation where the number of people in the queue has changed from small to large is no longer happening, and the situation of exiting the queue and being unable to log in is also improving;
Third, improve the bugs that occur when the accounts are merged; if the unlocked items are locked, it can usually be solved by logging in again.
Have you encountered the above difficulties? Perhaps after the upcoming update, this work will have a better experience. “Overwatch Returns” is now online, and new and old players may wish to give it a try.