Officially released this Friday (17) for those who have already booked Diablo IVthe Open Beta of the game is having its startup marked by various connectivity issues. With thousands of people trying to log into Blizzard’s servers at the same time, they don’t seem up to the task at the moment.
In a statement, the developer said that just over an hour after testing began, started having to deal withan issue affecting your authentication servers”. As a result, new logins may take longer or simply fail after a few seconds of attempts.
On Twitter, some players are also reporting that the Diablo IV Beta is experiencing other issues. Among them is the code 315206, indicating that the developer’s servers were unable to validate the existence of a valid license of the game, resulting in a crash to their servers.
Blizzard asks players not to leave queues
Blizzard says that it is aware of the issues the game has been facing and that is already working to solve them. On his personal Twitter account, the company’s global community manager, Adam Fletcher, asked players to be patient and not leave the queues to enter the game.
The problems the company is currently facing are unprecedented in its history, and They tend to happen whenever a major World of Warcraft expansion makes its debut.. It also ran into some similar issues back in 2012, when Error 37 ended up affecting several Diablo III owners who were unable to access the game for days after it hit stores.
The hope is that Blizzard can resolve Diablo IV’s issues and bolster the game’s servers for the next week of testing. Since the game will be open to the general public from the 24th of this month, any inaction on the part of the developer has the potential to lead to even bigger problems for the public.
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Source: PC Gamer
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