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Widely condemned response to the lawsuit as "abhorrent and offensive" followed by a strikes that saw more than 500 employees walk out and "hundreds" more join online around the globe in an effort to improve working conditions.
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According to Blizzard's support for customers Twitter account, the issues could be caused by issues with Game's servers for authentication, which can lead to players experiencing either "failed" or "slow" login attempts.These issues with the servers started after Blizzard updated the Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch versions of the game on the 6th of October.
The patch appeared to be routine fare, dealing with issues such as profiles of players not being able share names with online characters they made as well as players were not notified of the game is linked to their Xbox Live accounts Diablo 2 Resurrected buy items. One of the fixes was gamers were no longer blocked from creating games in their own region, after joined a game from another region.