If you’re running into Error Codes while attempting to play Diablo 4, here’s a breakdown of what each code means for your game.
What Do Diablo 4 Error Codes Mean?
Diablo 4 players are reporting the following codes popping up when attempting to load the game servers:
Diablo 4 Error Code 34200 / 34202
“Game servers are not available. Please try again later.”
Seeing Code 34200 or 34202 means that game servers are down for Diablo 4.
When Diablo 4 is fully released, seeing this error would be a cause for concern. But during the Beta, it’s possible that servers will still be having issues, and a restart should fix your problem.
If not, check the official Diablo Twitter to see if the servers are currently down for any reason.
Diablo Error Code 300006
“There was an error.“
When selecting their characters, players are sometimes experiencing Error Code 300006 that prevents them from starting the game. This is particularly frustrating as it is only fixed by closing and re-opening the game, which means you’ll need to start queuing for access all over again.
We can only hope that this server issue is a Beta-only problem and will be fixed before launch day.
Diablo Error Code 300008 / 300202
“Your request has timed out. Please try again.“
Diablo 4 Error Code 300008 or 300202 seem to appear primarily after creating a new character or trying to load into the game with an existing one.
Even if you see this error, the character you just created will still, thankfully, be saved. Occasionally, continuing to press Start Game will eventually help you bypass the error. Unfortunately, sometimes the only solution to the issue is a full restart.
Diablo 4 Error Code 315306
“Unable to find a valid license for Diablo IV.”
Seeing Code 315306 indicates that you either cannot validate your account or you don’t have access to the Diablo 4 Beta. Unfortunately, even players that do have Beta access have been experiencing this error.
The only known fix is to restart Diablo 4, sometimes after a short wait.
Diablo 4 Error Code 316719
“There was an error.”
If you’re getting Diablo 4 error code 316719, you’re struggling to connect to the Diablo 4 servers. This issue appeared all throughout the Early Access Beta, as players disconnected from the online servers.
The best way to rid yourself of the error is to completely restart the game – but only when servers are actually live.
Diablo 4 Error Code 395002
“Your account is currently locked. Please wait a few minutes and try again.”
While this code sounds bad, it usually just means that a server issue has occurred. To get around it, try restarting your game and you should be exploring Sanctuary in no time.
If you’re still encountering this issue, it’s worth reaching out to Blizzard Support to see if there’s a reason that your account is having issues.