All Diablo 4 error codes - How to fix bugs

The main antagonist in Diablo 4 during the trailer.
Credit: Blizzard Entertainment

The main antagonist in Diablo 4 during the trailer.
Credit: Blizzard Entertainment

Diablo 4 error codes are bound to crop up when you play. After a few beta weekends let players try the game early, a few common error codes began to arrive. As such, it's crucial to know what each one means.

In this article, we'll talk about all the Diablo 4 error codes we've seen so far, as well as the reasons for them. The guide includes almost every issue players spotted during the few Diablo 4 beta days.

Diablo 4 error codes list

Diablo 4 error codes are the numbers players see on their screen when something has gone wrong. Error codes frequently appear during the initial days of a release, but later can get resolved with the early patches.

Check out the list below to see all the Diablo 4 errors known so far.

  • 396022 - A issue that commonly appears when your device cannot connect to the servers. Most likely to be a ping or network connection error.
  • 316719 - The server instability issue appearing when players get kicked from the game. It has nothing in common with the internet connection.
  • 316005 - An issue that appears when you don’t have free slots for new characters.
  • B26714EF-4F3B-4824-A53F-B953430B4842 - PC exclusive crash issue, appearing when you switch between windows.
  • 315306 - License issue that appears when your login authorisation fails.
  • 300010 - PC and console issue happening to a small percentage of players. At the time of writing, the specific reason for this Diablo 4 error code is unknown.
  • 300008 / 300202 - This issue appears when servers are overloaded, putting you in a queue. It's likely to be the most widespread problem in the first days of June.
  • 395002 - Issue appearing when your account is locked.
  • 401003 - Login error that typically appears after rejoining the game due to a network disconnect.
  • 34202 / 34200 - Server issues indicating the servers’ unavailability. Sometimes they are connected to players’ internet connection, but it can also mean there's a problem with Diablo 4's servers.
  • 34203 - Another login error, but this one is connected to your Battle.Net account.

Please note that the list is incomplete. We'll try to check forums and social media on track to keep our readers up-to-date with information about Diablo 4 errors codes.

It's also possible that some of these error codes can be fixed before Diablo 4 is officially released. So keep an eye out to see whether some of them are resolved!

That’s it for our look at Diablo 4 error codes. Check out our other guides to learn about zooming out and all the voice actors in Diablo 4. Also, read helpful guides about getting gold and the Wings of the Creator emote fast.

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