With the launch of Overwatch 2 last month, many players have been thoroughly enjoying the game. However, some of them have also been complaining about bugs and errors popping up. On the launch day, the Blizzard servers suffered a DDOS attack. It might have resulted in an increase in the number of errors popping up. DDOS attacks can result in many players not being able to log in to the game and play.
However, even the ones who managed to get in have been getting booted out and getting the Player is in a Different Version of Overwatch error. In this guide, you will get to know how to fix this error.
What is the Player is in a Different Version of Overwatch 2 error?
If you have tried joining a friend in Overwatch 2 only to be on the receiving end of the Player is in a Different Version error, then you shouldn’t worry as you’re not alone. This error is surprisingly common. It occurs if you are trying to play the game using an older version of the game. Luckily, this issue can be fixed easily.
How to fix the Player is in a Different Version issue in Overwatch 2?
You can easily fix this issue by switching to the Beta version of the Battle.net client. For doing that, you should follow these steps –
- Launch the Battle.net client and then select Overwatch from the left-hand menu
- Click on the Setting and then choose “Beta” from the drop-down menu
- Select the Beta version and then click “Done”
- Restart the Battle.net client and try to join your friend again
Moreover, you can even try going through the invite system manually instead of through the game system. The game system is known for having some issues so this could be the reason you are getting booted out. The manual method also allows you to join any game, irrespective of whether or not your friend is in it.