To have your previous Overwatch 2 skins and rating sync across all platforms, you will need to merge your accounts. The actual merging process is simple; players just couldn’t finish it because of a fault involving the reset of the account merging queue.
What Causes the Overwatch 2 Issue “account Merge Queue Resetting” and How Can I Fix It?
Being a server or system-level fault, Blizzard is the only one who can resolve the account merge queue reset error. Even if the merging queue for your account was just reset and you’re at the very back, you can still give it some time. If the servers can be fixed in that time, then the merge can be done in that time.
Blizzard “made some improvements to help move more players through the account merge queue” on Monday night, so maybe those who are still having trouble can have them fixed soon.
Blizzard Entertainment created and distributed the first-person shooter Overwatch 2. Overwatch 2, released in 2016, is a hero shooter that aims to introduce permanent cooperative gameplay to the same shared area that PvP modes use.
Reducing the number of players on each team from six to five was a significant alteration in PvP modes that needed adjustments to the number of playable characters. As of its early access launch date of October 4, 2022, Overwatch 2 supports full cross-platform play and is available for free on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.