If you’re happy, Blizzard has mostly eliminated the SMS Protect requirement, which is a way to limit the creation of free software Monitoring 2 Accounts from potentially bad actors, I’m sorry to disappoint you but it’s back. Yes, the publisher announced Updated blog post SMS Protect has been re-enabled, which means whether or not you have a prepaid mobile phone, you’ll soon need to connect a phone number to your Battle.net account in order to play Monitoring 2.
Monitoring 2 Somewhat in disarray since its October 4 debut. Maps have been removed. Servers were Flooded at launch, making the game largely unplayable. a A third of the list is closed And some heroes, like stronghold And the miso that Blizzard can work out the issues with their groups.
Monitoring 2 He was going through it, and the SMS Protect Number requirement was another thorn in players’ sides. some said Kotaku This is a great feeling “They are punished for being poor.” Because SMS Protect did not allow prepaid numbers, effectively preventing people with low income from playing this free hero shooter. After quickly reacting to this controversial requirement, Blizzard retracted the decision, saying that people with a connected Battle.net account “will not have to provide a phone number to play.” Monitoring 2.
Well, Blizzard has changed its mind again. In a blog post updated on November 17, the publisher said that SMS Protect for Monitoring 2 Back.
“Starting today, we’re expanding SMS Protect’s global reach to prepaid phones,” Blizzard wrote in the blog post update. “We are excited to welcome more players Monitoring 2 While continuing our commitment to combating disruptive behavior and protecting the integrity of the player experience. This update may take several hours to fully roll out, and we can’t wait to see you in the game! “
Kotaku Blizzard has reached out for comment.
While Blizzard said in its updated blog post on November 17 that SMS Protect will appear in “several hours,” I was only asked to add a phone number to my newly created Battle.net account. Therefore, I believe this requirement was triggered sooner than the company expected. amazing.
At the same time, Blizzard announced the return of SMS Protect, Monitoring 2New Executive Producer Jared Noyce Separate blog post About game updates. These include tweaking the progression system so that you “feel good with your time in the game”, improving wait times so that they are “more UI-accurate”, adjusting matchmaking to “better define a player’s skill level and division,” and making balance changes to heroes. commensurate with the current state of the game.”
There are also trials in the works for the battle pass, so the rewards feel more rewarding and less challenging, but those updates “may take longer to install,” Noyce said.
“Quick note: Sharing plans before they’re done is risky,” Noyce wrote in the blog post. Development in a live game like Monitoring 2 It requires constant manipulation of the player’s pressing needs, long-term ambitions, and live issues. It is easier and safer to talk about the work once it is completed and ready for delivery. However, I think sharing our thoughts early is the right thing to do, so that we can create a better dialogue between the development team and the community. Please continue to give us your feedback: we read it, get inspired by it, and use it in our development plans. Ultimately, we need it to make sure we’re building a game that you want to keep playing for years to come.”
Blizzard, Which is notorious for its toxic workplace cultureannounced Monitoring 2Season 2 will start on December 6th. This set of content will include a new map, another battle pass, and Tank Hero Ramatra, which can be unlocked after you reach level 55 in the Battle Pass. the problem.
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