Activision Blizzard stated on Twitter Wednesday that its Battle.net service was suffering from a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) assault. As of publish time, things seem to be recovering. In the initial tweet, despatched at 7:11PM ET from the @BlizzardCS Twitter account, the corporate cautioned that the assault “may result in high latency and disconnections for some players.”
Based on person studies on Downdetector, gamers have been having points with video games together with Overwatch, World of Warcraft, Call of Duty (though precisely which title isn’t specified) and Diablo III. It’s unclear when Activision Blizzard expects the assault would possibly be totally resolved, but it surely says its “actively working to mitigate this issue.”
[#BNet] We are at the moment experiencing a DDoS assault, which can end in excessive latency and disconnections for some gamers. We are actively working to mitigate this concern.
— Blizzard CS – The Americas (@BlizzardCS) May 11, 2022