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UPDATE: Blizzard says the log-in issues have been fixed.

Every single Blizzard game is currently unplayable, thanks to a server issue. Since the middle of Saturday night, Hearthstone, Overwatch, World Of Warcraft, Starcraft and Diablo III are all not working across every platform. PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players are all seeing error messages; Overwatch players either see error code “LC-202” on consoles or “BC-101” on PC, World Of Warcraft travelers get error "blz900001" and Hearthstone players can't even log into the game.

Battle.net, Blizzard’s soon to be renamed client, is totally broken and won’t let you log into any game. If you do manage to get in, you’ll be placed in a queue that won’t actually get you anywhere. If you spend the hour or so on this virtual line, you’ll get kicked out instead of heading into the game. Know that this problem is entirely on Blizzard’s end and there’s nothing fans can do to fix it. Their servers have even been taken down so that nothing could screw them up permenantly.

Blizzard’s customer service twitter account said there was an issue “authenticating accounts” meaning players were unable to log into any of their games.

We aren’t sure what’s caused the outage, but last time Blizzard’s servers went down for this long it was because of a severe DDOS attack that took them a full day to fix. I’m dying to play Hearthstone and Overwatch, so I hope that that doesn’t happen.