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All Diablo 4 error codes, meanings, how to fix them

If Diablo 4 error codes are halting the demon slaying adventure on PC, PS5, PS4, or Xbox, then here’s what they mean and how to fix them.

Diablo 4 error codes: Cormond from Diablo 4 Season 1. In the background is a blurred image of the Butcher.

What are all the Diablo 4 error codes? Diablo 4 is off to a strong start, with lots of players hoping to dive into hordes of demons and monsters in the ARPG. However, there are several annoying errors that can get in the way of the fun, but fret not. Here are all the Diablo 4 error codes, their meanings, and how to fix them so you can get back to slaying demons and saving Sanctuary in no time.

Once you’ve found out how to fix all the Diablo 4 error codes below, you’ll be able to explore the Diablo 4 map from top to bottom as one of the many Diablo 4 classes. Use our Diablo 4 tier list of best classes to help make the right decision for you in the next season while you wait to get back into the action.

Diablo 4 error codes list

The Diablo 4 error codes and their meanings are:

  • 316719 – Player has been kicked due to server instability
  • 34203 – Servers for the game are not live or have gone down
  • 34202 – Players are trying to access the servers when they aren’t live
  • 315306 – Players are trying to access a version of the game that isn’t live yet
  • 395002 – Players unable to log in due to server overload
  • 315306 – This appears if you are trying to join the game before it has gone live or if your permissions don’t allow you to play.
  • 300202 – Server disconnect, likely to due server instability
  • 300010 – Main effects console players, likely related to instability or update errors.
  • Unable to find valid license – Players do not have permission to access the game or the servers aren’t live
  • Queued – Players are in a queue to enter the game
  • This game cannot be played – Players may be trying to access the game without permission or a license
  • Network Disconnect – Players will get this when they are disconnected from the servers for a variety of reasons. There is no fix except trying to log back in

We’ll continue to update this guide with new error codes and how to fix them so you’re never without guidance to get back to the fun. Unfortunately, we’ve encountered quite a few of these error codes, though this has dwindled as we’ve moved further away from the initial release of Diablo 4, and as improvements have been main by Blizzard.

Diablo 4 error codes: A Barbarian attacking a group of skeletons in a snowy environment.

Code 316719

Code 316719 relates to players being kicked out of the game due to server instability and is perhaps the most common Diablo 4 error code players encountered during the beta period. With so many players trying to dive in once again, it’s likely this error code will crop up.

Code 34203

Code 34203 occurs when players attempt to play the game while the servers are not live or have gone down.

Code 34202

Code 34202 is an issue that crops up when players attempt to log into the game while servers are down. This happened frequently before the servers official came online at release, but may also occur when the game goes down due to issues or updates.

Diablo 4 error codes: A group of players fighting Ashava the Pestilent world boss.

Code 315306

Code 315306 prevents players from accessing the game, giving them the message ‘unable to find a valid licence’ which seemingly has two separate causes.

Code 395002

Code 395002 is very common is right now with lots of players all attempting to log in at the same time causing server overload. It means some players will get kicked out of the game and unable to log in. Luckily, it’s got an easy fix.

Code 300202

Code 300202 is a common error code around the launch of the game that has been preventing players from logging into the servers and selecting a character. While this may in some cases be related to a poor internet connection, it’s more often related to strain on the game’s servers.

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This issue is the same as the one below. It occurs if you are trying to play without a valid license for the game. It can also appear if there are issues with authenticating your ownership of Diablo 4.


This error code has primarily been affecting console players. While there’s yet to be an official clarification of the issue, it appears to be related to general instability. To fix it, attempt to restart your console and check for game updates.

Unable to find valid license

Unable to find valid license can occur if players are trying to access the game without a valid license from purchasing the game or there are issues with the servers affecting authentication.


Lastly, the queued message relates to the Diablo 4  servers being busy and so players are placed in a queue to help with server stability.

This game cannot be played

This game cannot be played occurs when players attempt to play and log into the game before it’s available or without a valid license. With the game being out now, this issue should be less frequent unless servers are poor.

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With the Diablo 4 Season 1 release date, we’re bound to see reports of the above Diablo 4 error codes increase. Overtime, we see them decline as we moved further away from the initial release date of the game as players dropped off and stopped playing, especially once the main campaign was complete. Now though, with not only fresh content to explore but the very first Season, players will likely be pouring back into the game. So, be prepared for more Diablo 4 error codes surrounding the launch, though we’re hoping it’s not quite as bad as launch was.

That’s all the Diablo 4 error codes you need to know about and how to fix them. Now that you’re ready to dive into one of the best RPG games, you can start thinking about equipping your character. To help you with that, we’ve prepared the best Diablo 4 build for every class so you’re able to take down any threat.