The app formerly known as the app formerly known as Battle.net shall regain its old moniker.
The game initially came out in 2002, but it seems that Blizzard is still making changes to the 15-year-old fantasy title.
The barrage caused login issues for many players, kicked some out of games they were already playing, and otherwise hindered efforts to enjoy a weekend afternoon in front of a computer screen.
This brings the number of teams confirmed to be participating in the league to nine—six in the U.S., two in Asia, and one in the UK—and more could be announced soon.
The event will make new skins, sprays, and other cosmetic items available, but the highlight will likely be the return (and expansion) of "Lucioball."
Even though the main attraction is the introduction of a new hero, Doomfist's long-awaited debut isn't the only notable aspect of this update.
Blizzard Entertainment released Doomfist on the "Overwatch" Public Test Region (PTR) just one day after hinting at the long-awaited brawler's arrival to the first-person shooter.
The release will include graphically overhauled versions of StarCraft and The Brood War expansion as well as new online features.
This will make Twitch the exclusive third-party live-streaming platform for "more than 20" Blizzard tournaments between now and the end of 2018.
Three new maps are available for Arena mode, and you can get new skins and emotes in the Anniversary boxes.