Crash Bandicoot 4, a game with no online features, was unplayable when Blizzard’s login servers went down

Recollect how smooth Diablo 3’s dispatch was? No?

The PC adaptation of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time was delivered on March 26, solely on Battle.net. Despite the fact that it highlights nearby multiplayer there’s no online mode, so players were not exactly excited to find it included consistently online DRM, requiring validation through Blizzard’s login workers to play. They were much more unthrilled when those login workers went down yesterday, making Crash Bandicoot 4 unplayable.

In spite of the fact that the workers are back online now, dependence on a consistent web association stays baffling for any individual who needs to endure intermittent dropouts and insecurity. In any case, at any rate this will keep individuals from pilfering it—pause, I’m simply accepting a note. Ok, the CrackWatch subreddit reports that a pilfered adaptation of Crash Bandicoot 4 has effectively been delivered into nature.

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