The highly anticipated sequel to the original Warzone game was released yesterday, and players have been rushing to get their hands on it. However, many players who paid for the digital version of the game have been unable to download it, as Blizzard has suspended digital downloads for the time being.
The news comes as a shock to many players who were looking forward to playing the game on launch day. In a statement released by the company, they said that "#Bnet digital downloads are currently unavailable. We hope to have them up and running soon."
Although no official reason has been given for the suspension of digital downloads, it is speculated that Blizzard is trying to remedy an undisclosed issue. This has not been confirmed, however, and it is unknown when digital downloads will be available again. In the meantime, players who have already purchased the game will have to wait until Blizzard gives the green light before they can play.
This is a major inconvenience for many players, as they are not able to play the game they paid for. Some fans are even angry over the hold-up, calling it a "scam" and demanding refunds. Only time will tell what the true reason behind this suspension is, and when players will finally be able to get their hands on the game.
It could be technical difficulties on Blizzard's part, or they could be trying to fix a major issue before allowing players to download the game. Either way, it's a frustrating situation for everyone involved. Let's hope that digital downloads will be available soon so that everyone can start playing Warzone 2.
Stay tuned for more updates on this story.