Diablo 2: Resurrected is out now, letting players descend into Hell itself and vanquish the root of most evil. But before dealing with the big bad, we've had to face issues like characters disappearing, progress being rolled back, or getting disconnected. The game's server status wasn't the stablest at launch and Blizzard did take the game offline to perform emergency maintenance.
As common as launch issues are these days, keeping track of the Diablo 2: Resurrected server status is a good idea even once the developer irons these initial kinks. New ones can always pop up and, if not, any online game goes through periodic maintenance that takes its servers offline.
At the moment, players are having trouble logging in to the game's servers. While it didn't take Diablo II: Resurrected offline for maintenance, the developer is aware of these issues and working on them.
"We are aware of an issue that is affecting our authentication servers, which may result in slow or failed login attempts. We are currently investigating the cause and will provide updates as they are available," reads a tweet from the Blizzard Americas customer support Twitter account.
These issues may persist for a while, but Blizzard has outlined plans to tackle them.
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