Diablo 4 Servers Down? How to Check Server Status
Diablo 4 is the fourth main installment in the series and is an action role-playing game (RPG) developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. After the game was first announced at BlizzCon 2019, it was finally released on 5th June 2023, with players getting early access from 1st June upon purchase of the Deluxe and Ultimate editions of the game. Just like any other online multiplayer game, Diablo 4 servers can go offline if the developers are doing maintenance or preparing for a new update.
While server outages are very rare in Diablo 4, it is still a very upsetting issue for players to encounter when they are making progress in the RPG. These issues can prevent you from having fun and going on adventures in Diablo 4.
Here’s how you check if the Diablo 4 servers are down.
Are Diablo 4 servers down?
Update 2 (25th June 2023): Blizzard has stated that the DDOS attacks that were plaguing its servers have ended.
Update (25th June 2023): Yes, Diablo 4 servers are currently experiencing multiple errors.
Activision Blizzard acknowledged an ongoing DDoS attack that has been affecting their games, including Diablo 4. The company assured players that their teams are actively working to mitigate the attack and restore normal latency and connections. They acknowledged that players may be experiencing queues while attempting to access the game.
They expressed their apologies for the inconvenience caused and expressed appreciation for the patience shown by the players.
Over the last few days, players have been reporting issues that have had a negative impact while logging into Diablo 4. Some of them include the following:
On the off chance that you are still experiencing trouble logging into the game’s server, you should head to the official Battle.net support page to find out what the cause of the connection issue is.
Before doing this, ensure that your internet connection is working properly. You can do so by restarting your router or by trying to play other online games to check if the problem is on your end or the game servers.
Apart from Blizzard’s support page, you can also check out Blizzard's Customer Service handle to stay on top of what’s happening at the developers’ end.