Activision Blizzard's Battle.net servers have been hit by yet another big Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. The attack is causing some severe connection issues for Call of Duty, Overwatch and World of Warcraft players.
Currently, Activision Blizzard teams are still working to resolve the connection issues caused by the DDoS attack on Battle.net.
Battle.net fighting off DDoS attack
On 3rd June at roughly 00:30, Activision announced their servers were under attack, and how their teams are actively working to mitigate the connection issues experienced by players.
[#Bnet] We are currently experiencing a DDoS attack, which may result in high latency and disconnections for some players. We are actively working to mitigate this issue.— Blizzard CS - The Americas (@BlizzardCS) June 2, 2020
While the DDoS attack has slowed down, and Blizzard seems to have it under control, login issues still persist for many Battle.net users.
At the time of writing, Blizzard is still investigating connection issues for World of Warcraft, Call of Duty, and Overwatch players.
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So far, no one has taken responsibility for the DDoS attack on Battle.net servers. After a DDoS attack, there is normally some lingering connection issues for a developer to deal with.
Hopefully, players can get back to their favourite games soon.
If you are stuck with Battle.net connection issues, you can always spend some time watching the latest episode of our Lockdown video series.