Overwatch custom game saves, 3v3 elimination, 6v6 capture the flag, and leaderboards are all back online
The Overwatch Uprising update introduced a few unintended issues, but these have now been fixed.
Update: Blizzard has announced that custom game saves, 3v3 elimination, 6v6 capture the flag, and the Overwatch leaderboards are all back online on all platforms following a brief downtime thanks to an issue with the most recent update.
Custom Game saves, Leaderboards, 3v3 Elimination, and 6v6 Capture the Flag have been reenabled on all platforms.
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You can find the original story below.
Original story: The most recent Overwatch patch, 2.09, introduced the Uprising event, added a new co-op game mode and a bunch of new skins.
But, the update has broken a few things, too, prompting Blizzard to disable a number of modes. The developer said that custom game saves, 3v3 elimination, 6v6 capture the flag, and leaderboards have all been disabled.
This issue, whatever it is, is affecting all three versions of the game, that's PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Usually, when issues like that crop up, they're limited to one or two platforms. Not this time around, though.
"We don’t have an ETA for when the technical issues will be resolved and these features re-enabled," the developer said in a forum post, but promised to provide more updates as soon as they're available.
Until then, you can try out the PvE mode so you can hopefully rank up enough times to earn a few loot boxes and get the skins you want.