The latest infernal action RPG is now upon us, we are going back after the king of Terror for the fourth time. But there have been reports of people having issues with Diablo 4 server error and several connectivity problems. Let's look at how to fix it.
Other issues have been reported such as unable to find valid license but if you want to get in the game quickly, you definitely want to avoid such problems with the connection.
So let's look at how to fix the connectivity problems in Diablo 4.
How to fix Diablo 4 connectivity issues
Unfortunately, Diablo 4 connectivity issues, often popping up as "Error Code 34202" is an issue on Blizzard's part. It is often a problem with a server not working correctly or perhaps being overcrowded with too many players, thus it is not something you can solve on your end.
We understand if you want to get in as quickly as possible, especially since open beta, for now, is limited, but unfortunately, there's not much to do except be patient and wait for the server to work again.
How to fix connectivity problems with Diablo 4
Granted, you have to make sure everything is working on your end. So first of all, check that your router is working correctly and, if you're having doubts about it, try to quickly power it on and off again. Also, reboot your PC, that might also help.
Naturally, check the Diablo servers are working correctly which you can do here. If everything seems to be working fine and you've never been able to connect, perhaps Windows Firewall is blocking the game from connecting to the Internet. To avoid that, add Diablo 4 to the safe list of Windows Defender. To do that:
- Go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Security > Virus & threat protection.
- Under Virus & threat protection settings, select Manage settings, and then under Exclusions, select Add or remove exclusions.
- Select Add an exclusion, and then select the Diablo 4 folder on your PC. A folder exclusion will apply to all subfolders within the folder as well.
It is also a good idea to disable any third-party anti-virus software you have on your PC, and check again to see if the issue is fixed.