Blizzard Entertainment, the developers of Overwatch 2, have recently released a patch that fixes a rank lookup bug that has been causing issues for players. The bug, which was affecting players across all platforms, prevented them from being able to see their current rank and the ranks of other players in their games. According to the patch notes, the bug was caused by an issue with the game's API, which was not returning the correct data for rank lookups. Blizzard has since fixed the issue, and players should now be able to see their ranks and the ranks of other players without any issues. In addition to the rank lookup bug, the patch also includes various other fixes and improvements to the game, including improvements to matchmaking, bug fixes for various heroes, and performance improvements. Speaking of performance improvements, players can further enhance their gaming experience by using NoPing, a software that helps reduce ping, latency, FPS drops, lag, packet loss, jitter, and even disconnects. With NoPing, players can enjoy a more stable and responsive connection, allowing them to fully immerse themselves in their gameplay without any distractions or interruptions. So if you want to take your Overwatch 2 experience to the next level, give NoPing a try today!