Diablo 3 is now available worldwide and developer Blizzard has just posted an announcement saying that it’s working hard on adding new servers to its Battle.net service in order to keep the game from displaying the dreaded Error 37 message.
requires a permanent internet connection to Blizzard’s Battle.net and this is causing some serious problems for the millions of players that want to start their dungeon crawling adventures in the new RPG as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, many players are now being met with the Error 37 message, which says that Blizzard’s Battle.net servers are busy at this time and advises them to try again later.
The studio has posted a message on the Diablo Facebook page
, saying that it’s aware of the issues and is adding new servers as we speak.
“Please note that due to a high volume of traffic, login and character creation may be slower than normal,” Blizzard said.
“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 accommodate for the traffic. We hope to resolve these issues as soon as possible and appreciate your patience.”
Expect to hear some more details about Diablo III soon.