Fixes Roll Out For The Overwatch 2 LC-208 Error But To No Avail

The game stands in a troubled state at the moment.

Overwatch 2 players are currently riled up, considering that they just cannot get into the much-anticipated title ever since its landing day. Whether it’s the error code BC-153 that poses a connectivity issue or something else of an entirely different nature, there’s little that many can do with Overwatch 2 at the moment. 

In relatively recent times, the developers took to Twitter to announce that “fixes are being rolled out over the next few hours to address many of the remaining LC-208 errors,” thereby affirming that the persistent errors plaguing the Overwatch 2 experience would be addressed soon.

However, that statement hasn’t held too well on its own. Overwatch 2 players still cannot log into the game’s servers as they get gunned down repeatedly by the error code at hand. Chaos runs wild and review bombs keep dropping one after the other in the wake of this ugly situation. 


The Rundown: 

  • Overwatch 2 is in a tight spot at the present. It’s loaded to the brim with issues and errors codes that are hindering playability and preventing aspiring players from joining a match-up.
  • Despite the developers’ continued efforts to resolve the various problems associated with the game, no effort is coming to fruition. 
  • Players remain fazed and unmotivated to give Overwatch 2 more shots moving forward.

Here’s what developer Blizzard Entertainment has to say to the fans on the Overwatch 2 official Twitter handle. Apparently, the work continues as the people up high try to sort things out with the first-person shooter title.  

Sharing with the Overwatch 2 subreddit, user Sine_Wav_ posted the following screenshot. The message seems to come from a Technical Forum Agent of Blizzard and it states that the developer team currently does not have any workarounds or additional information to share” with regard to fixing the LC-208 error.

No Solution in Sight for the LC-208 Error at the Moment
No Solution in Sight for the LC-208 Error at the Moment

If someone were to ask the question, “Is Overwatch 2 good or bad?” one would probably word the answer in a negative connotation if you take into account the current state of the title.

Although there are plenty of things that Blizzard’s freshest team-based hero shooter gets right, the fact that the mere playability of Overwatch 2 still remains a growing concern days into the launch of the game is nothing but disappointing. 

We’ve got some high-quality Overwatch 2 maps to try out, but that’s only when the title actually lets one connect to its servers and play. On a side note though, the developers have outlined a few potential fixes to the LC-208 Overwatch 2 error on console, but of course, none of them are proving their value. 

The gist of it is that you’re required to check your internet connection, reset your internet router, and even “disconnect and reconnect your Battle.net account to your console account.” In this Reddit post though, several individuals can confirm that the problem relates to your profile and not anything else. 

For instance, one Redditor writers that when they try logging in with their friend’s account, no problems surface. However, when they try doing the same on their end, issues such as the wild LC-208 appear out of nowhere. Some even say that the last maintenance update broke the game for them instead of fixing it. 

Have you been able to get into Overwatch 2 lately? Share your experience with us down in the comments section while we wait for our queue number to come down to 0. 

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John Rooney is a News Writer on eXputer who’s been keeping up with the gaming and technology industries since he was 14. If there’s a buzz in the industry, John’s news report will be among the first you’ll read on the internet. He’s got a Bachelor's in Journalism and has several years worth of experience reporting on the gaming industry. Experience: 6+ Years || Education: Bachelor's in Journalism || Published 200+ News Stories ||

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