Are you in a login queue in Overwatch 2?
If so, it means that the server is full and you need to wait for your queue number to access it.
Overwatch 2 was released on October 4, 2022.
Since its release, the game has had multiple known issues.
Some of the known issues are server disconnection, cosmetics, items, currency not showing up, and others.
In this guide, you’ll learn why you’re in a queue in Overwatch 2 and how to skip it.
Why am I in a queue in Overwatch 2?
You’re in a queue in Overwatch 2 because the server is full.
If the server is full, you’ll be put on the waiting list to access it.
There’s a limit to how many players can join a server at one time.
This is because the game’s servers can only handle a limited amount of traffic before it crashes.
Many players are complaining about the long queue time on Twitter.
“I’m crying over getting in Overwatch 2 after staying in the queue for more than an hour just to see my characters and skins have been reset”.
“20,000 players are ahead of me in the Overwatch 2 queue”.
“When you finally get past the 40,000 queued people in Overwatch 2 just to be sent back to it after losing a game from a teammate being disconnected mid-game”.
How to skip the queue in Overwatch 2
To skip the queue in Overwatch 2, you need to change your region to a less crowded one.
For example, if you’ve selected the “Americas” region, you can change it to “Asia”.
Asia is typically less crowded than the Americas.
Here’s how to change your region:
- Exit Overwatch 2.
- Launch Battle.net and select “Overwatch 2”.
- Click on the globe icon.
- Change your region to another one (e.g. from the Americas to Asia).
- Launch Overwatch 2.
If the region that you’ve selected still has a long queue time, change to another region again.
Try changing between the Americas, Europe, and Asia to see which one has the fastest queue time.