Overwatch 2 Patch Delayed, Mei Still "Temporarily Disabled"

Overwatch 2 Patch Delayed, Mei Still “Temporarily Disabled”

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An urgent update for Overwatch 2 was supposed to go live this afternoon, but was delayed to the 11th hour when Blizzard discovered a “critical issue”.

Posting on the game’s official forums, a community representative states:

Today’s hotfix is ​​delayed as we work to fix a critical issue. We will provide an update here and post the fix as soon as the issue is resolved.

This includes upcoming balance changes, bug fixes including those affecting Mei, and core content updates we have planned for this patch. This delay also impacts the delivery of Overwatch League viewer incentives and perks during post-season matches during the period of October 30 to November 4, as well as the rotation of cosmetics in the Overwatch League store. the Overwatch League.

Daily and Weekly Challenges will reset today, along with the standard Shop refresh.

Thank you for your understanding, we will work on releasing this patch as soon as possible. Follow our forums and social media on @PlayOverwatch for updates.

While the “Main Content Updates” and Overwatch League items are notable, the patch delay is most pressing for fans of Mei, who were unable to play as the character (but not pay $10 for skins) after being taken out of rotation at the end of last monthsaying at the time:

We’re temporarily disabling Mei to fix a bug with her Ice Wall ability that allows heroes to reach unintended locations. We are working to resolve these issues as soon as possible and aim to bring Mei back in our next upcoming patch, scheduled for November 15th.

The bad news is that the delay of this patch means she’s still MIA. The good news is that Blizzard “now plans to release this mid-season patch on Thursday, November 17 at 11:00 AM PST”, and would like to say “thank you to our players for your patience as we addressed this issue”.

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