Blizzard employees are reporting potential latency problems and disconnections for Battle.net and for World of Warcraft and Co players. Apparently, it always seems to happen on Fridays. The developers and customer support are looking for a solution to the problem.
Dear fans of WoW, Diablo, Hearthstone, Overwatch and Co: It's Friday. And apparently this means that at times of increased data volume on the Internet due to Corona exit restrictions, it is time for problems with high latency in the Blizzard games and that there may be occasional connection breaks. So it is time again: Blizzard's customer support reports via Twitter that some players may experience latency problems or the connection may be broken. As usual, the people at Blizzard are already looking for a solution to the problems and will keep you up to date on Twitter.
Update from April 3, 2020 at 1:50 pm:
For the time being, the problems are probably solved again.
On the evening of April 2, 2020, logins slowed down or even failed, so that WoW players, among other things, were unable to do their daily business in Azeroth. It took two hours to get the problem under control. The groundhog seems to greet each week, because on March 27 (yes, a Friday) there were already login problems, on March 28, however, errors with patching. Since March 18, 2020, the Blizzard people have also been fighting an increased occurrence of DDoS attacks on the game servers. It has not yet been officially confirmed whether these are the reason for the problem again today, April 3, 2020. In any case, the fans hope that the developers will soon get a grip on the situation so that the players can indulge in their favorite hobby again.
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