Diablo 4 300202 error code: How to fix & what is it?

Jessica Filby
DIablo 4 error code

Trying to enter the Sanctuary and met with the Diablo 4 error code 300202? This frustrating login error has been a nuisance for many players, but we’ve got you covered with everything you need to know and a few tips on how to fix 300202.

Diablo 4 has hit the gaming world by storm, with its betas and release looking to be one of the biggest currently seen in 2023. However, with the game having such a large population, it was expected that we’d see a few bugs and error codes.

One such code many players are coming across is the Diablo 4 error code 300202. The code itself is extremely frustrating and can hinder your progress greatly. So, what is the Diablo 4 300202 error code and how can you potentially fix it? Let’s take a look and find out.

What is Diablo 4 error code 300202?

This code can be pretty frustrating, especially if you’re looking to take on some of the game’s many enemies.

At its core, the Diablo 4 error code 300202 is a server-related error, often appearing on the character creation screen. It’s best known for not letting players log into their chosen character, halting them before they get into the game.

How to fix error code 300202 in Diablo 4

With the error code 300202 being primarily a server issue, it’s likely Blizzard will need to solve the problem for lots of players at once. However, there are a few ways you can ensure this is a Blizzard fault and let you know whether this is something you can fix yourself.

Check the Diablo 4 servers

The first step we recommend you take is to check on the Diablo 4 servers. Since the 300202 error code is often attributed to the game’s servers, it’s likely that they’re down rather than any major issue on your end. You can check on the Diablo 4 servers using our constantly updated hub.

Monitor your internet connection

Diablo 4 classes sitting round a campfire
The 300202 error code can be pretty frustrating, but it’s mostly on Blizzard’s servers than your own game.

While the problem is likely on Blizzard’s end, it’s always worth taking a look at your internet connection. A stable connection is vital in a game like Diablo 4 and a faulty connection can often introduce error codes like 300202.

To take a look and restart your internet connection, we recommend the following:

  1. Restart Your Router: To do this, unplug the router, wait a minute, then plug it back in.
  2. Switch to a Wired Connection: If you’re using Wi-Fi, try switching to a wired Ethernet connection.
  3. Avoid Network Congestion: Too many devices on the same network can slow down your speed. Consider disconnecting non-essential devices.

Exit the game and re-enter

A classic tale of try turning it on and off again, but there’s a chance you entered the game just as the servers began to fix themselves, leaving Diablo 4 a little confused on whether it should let you in or not. Simply exit the game, turn it off completely, and head back to give Diablo 4 that needed boost.

There you have it, that’s everything you need to know about the Diablo 4 300202 error code as well as a few ways to fix it. While waiting for your game to restart, take a look at some of our other handy Diablo 4 guides and content:

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About The Author

Based in Cumbria, England, Jessica is a Senior Games Writer who joined Dexerto after stints at Game Rant and The Gamer. You can find her covering everything from Minecraft, CoD, Disney Dreamlight Valley, Pokemon Go and more. You can contact Jessica at jessica.filby@dexerto.com