Diablo 4 Server Status: How to Check if Diablo 4 is Down

Here's how to check Diablo 4 servers.
Here's how to check Diablo 4 servers. / Blizzard

There's nothing more annoying than being jolted out of a game because of server issues. Unfortunately, it's inevitable since developers must constantly improve their games to ensure players don't run into any problems. Players can continue reading to find out how to check server status in Diablo 4 and how to fix connection issues on their end.

Diablo 4 Server Status: How to Check if Diablo 4 is Down

The most accurate information about Diablo 4's servers is on their official X page or Downdetector.
Blizzard always posts updates about server issues on their social media accounts.

Downdetector is a popular source regarding game server information. Players can find everything they need to know about server status, whether they're curious about all outages in the last 24 hours or the most common issues in the game.

Players should note that error codes 300010, 34202, and 300202 usually indicate server-side issues. While they're a pain, players can only wait until the issue is resolved.

When Do Diablo 4 Servers Usually Go Down?

Most online games have downtime during maintenance. Developers schedule time to shut down servers to make updates to keep gameplay smooth.

Players can't play while servers are down, but they can plan ahead since Blizzard has a weekly scheduled maintenance session. It typically happens on Tuesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. PDT in the U.S. and 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. CEST in Europe. Maintenance may last 8 hours for a significant patch or new season, but it'll start at the same times listed above.

How to Fix Diablo 4 Server Connection Error

Those who know Diablo 4 servers aren't down should take these steps to try to fix their connection.

  • Reset network devices.
  • Restart the computer or console.
  • Optimize the internet connection if a wireless connection is being used.
  • Check the network configuration.
  • Close all other applications to resolve software conflicts and free up resources
  • (for PC only).

  • Update the drivers and the operating system (for PC only).

If all else fails, players should view the Technical Support Forums or contact Blizzard.