Overwatch 2 Merge PC and Console Accounts 'Unexpected Server Error'
Players who have merged their PC and console accounts for Overwatch 2 have been hit with an "Unexpected Server Error". Here's what you need to know.
Overwatch's long-awaited, free-to-play sequel Overwatch 2 launched yesterday on Oct. 4. As expected, huge amounts of fans were eager to jump in from day one and experience the changes. Sadly, many players were hit with an array of issues. From huge queues to server disconnects, many were lucky if they even managed to squeeze in a game at all.
Players who had merged their Blizzard PC and console accounts faced a particularly annoying issue, an "Unexpected Server error" message. This hasn't effected every player, but a significant portion. Enough for Blizzard to take notice, at least.
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Blizzard have added the error to their list of known issues for Overwatch 2. The post read, "We wanted to keep you updated on a list of known issues affecting the game. This is not a complete list of all currently tracked issues affecting Overwatch 2, rather this is a targeted list of some known specific issues with this release."
Known Launch Issues
- Some players who merged their PC and console accounts are seeing an “Unexpected Server Error”
- Some cosmetics, items, and currency that players own are not showing up in their collections
- Some players are experiencing server disconnects
At the time of writing, it seems Blizzard has yet to fix the “Unexpected Server Error”. While the team has already resolved some of the launch day bugs and issues affecting the game, there are still some that need to be worked out. Given how frustrating this particular bug is, expect a fix to arrive quickly.