Diablo 3 Gets a Server Status Page


Add this to the list of things Blizzard should’ve taken care of before the Diablo 3 launch. After enduring Error 37 and numerous subsequent server outages, Diablo 3 players will now be able to visit the official site to see if the game they paid $60 for is, y’know, actually available for them to play. Unless they’re visiting Metacritic to bomb the game’s user ratings, of course.

Check Game Front this afternoon for a piece by our own Ross Lincoln on Blizzard’s epic fail of a launch. Until then, visit the rest our Diablo 3 coverage, including our page on how to unlock the secret cow level.

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1 Comment on Diablo 3 Gets a Server Status Page


On May 16, 2012 at 5:14 pm

Uh… that page HAS been available since launch… I know cause I visited it before the game went live in Europe.

But way to go and jump on the bash-d3 wagon :)


PS: As a EU region player I never suffered any issues while logging in and playing since release excepting when Blizzard announced they were bringing the servers down for maintenance. As far as I, personally, experienced it since 00:01 the launch was flawless. I understand others were a bit more unlucky.

I have lost some Achievements though and believe Blizzard should be providing more info concerning the problems they are facing concerning this. That is my only complaint.