Diablo 4 has been riddled with error codes since its release but that hasn't stopped players from flocking to its servers. One such issue that may pop up is Diablo 4 error code 75.
From error code 316719 to error code 300010 and everything in between, you might be starting to wonder if playing the game is worth the hassle. The answer to that query is yes, it's still worth playing Diablo 4 because it's a solid game and the fixes to these issues are pretty simple.
So in this article, we'll be sharing ways to deal with error code 75 in Diablo 4.
What is Diablo 4 error code 75?
Error code 75 usually pops up as soon as you try to start Diablo 4. It is accompanied by a message that says "There is a problem authenticating your account".
This normally means that Diablo's servers are having trouble authenticating your account and that there's nothing wrong on your end. But fixing it still requires a tiny effort on your part.
Diablo 4 error code 75 can be encountered by players on all platforms.
How to fix Diablo 4 error code 75
Regardless of whether you're playing Diablo 4 on PC or console, the fix for Diablo 4 error code 75 is the same - update your client. This is usually done automatically, but if it doesn't, you'll have the error message pop up on your screen.
On PC, you'll need to restart Battle.net. Once you're logged back into the client, it should start updating, followed by an update to Diablo 4 itself.
For consoles, the update should start downloading as soon as you start up the game. If it doesn't, all you need to do is restart your console to try again.
If you're still experiencing error code 75 after trying to update your game, you may want to contact Blizzard support. If you've started encountering other error codes after the update, check out our page on Diablo 4 errors and fixes.