Diablo III’s servers are struggling to keep up, but Blizzard is on the caseWritten by: / / No Comments
Are you one of roughly a few hundred thousand (or even a few million?) gamers trying to log into Blizzard’s servers right now to enjoy Diablo III?
Then there’s a good chance you’ve encountered ‘Error 37,’ a message that has already become infamous and the bane of wannabe Diablo players the world over only an hour after the game’s servers went live in the US.
Don’t worry, though: Blizzard is on the case!
The developer notes that “a high volume of traffic” is definitely the root of the problem and that “login and character creation may be slower than normal.”
What is the team doing to ease the issue?
“If you’re unable to login to the game or create characters, please wait and try again. We’ve temporarily taken our Battle.net websites offline and launched more servers to accomodate for the traffic.
“We hope to resolve these issues as soon as possible and appreciate your patience.”
Us too, Blizzard. Us too.
Have you been able to get into a game of Diablo III following its launch last night?