Diablo 2 Resurrected Server Status Last After Battle Net Outage

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Diablo 2 Resurrected login issues started over the weekend on Battle Net and continued sporadically through Monday, October 11.

The good news is that Blizzard is aware of the issues that prevent gamers from playing the game, but have yet to fix the problem.

This includes gamers logging in to find their characters from the game, along with issues accessing core account information.

The latest Diablo 2 Server Status news was shared today by the game’s support team, who posted several updates online.

The new messages from Diablo 2 support read: “We apologize again for the inconvenience caused by today’s outages. We are working on a fix. More updates in an hour.”

But an hour has passed and the only further information about this weekend’s issues adds, “We are still investigating connectivity issues and will have more information in the next hour.”

It is unclear what caused the outage due to the lack of technical information being shared.

However, the issues have been on and off since the game was released, and it seems like a series of new patches are needed before things settle down.

Thousands of reports are coming in about the current outage, but the numbers remain low, meaning that server issues appear to affect a small group of players rather than being a global issue.

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