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Diablo 4 error code 316719: Quick Fix

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The launch of the Diablo 4 beta has been marred by a less-than-stellar beginning, as numerous players have reported encountering a multitude of errors and issues during gameplay.

One such error is the Diablo 4 error code 316719. You can get kicked out of the servers if you happen to come across this error.

In this article, we will talk about what is Diablo 4 error code 316719 and how to fix it.

Understanding Diablo 4 error code 316719

Diablo 4 is a great game but it can be frustrating when it crashes with the error message – Lost connection to the game server (error code 316719). This means that you have lost connection with the main servers of Diablo 4.

Usually, this happens when the servers are under immense load or there is a bug in the game. Whatever the reason, there is no official word from the game developers as of now.

You can visit the official Diablo 4 forum to see the known issues that the game is still suffering from.

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Diablo 4 error code 316719: Possible fixes

As we have explained in the previous section, there is no official word from the developers on how to fix this error. As such, we will go with the general fixes that we usually do for all software.

Restart your computer or game

Sometimes the simplest fixes are the best ones as they take the least amount of time and work wonderfully. Restarting your computer is one of these fixes. Many people on the forums have resolved the error simply by restarting their computers.

When you restart the computer, all the data is wiped clean from the RAM and the computer starts afresh. Try it and see if this works. If not, move on to the next steps.

Check Diablo 4 servers

It may be the case that the main servers of Diablo 4 are scheduled for maintenance or are overloaded. You can follow the social media handles of Diablo 4 and Blizzard where they will update if the servers are suffering from an outage.

Fixing the internet

Poor internet connection is often the primary reason why data-intensive software like games won’t work properly and you will see errors like the current one. There can be many reasons why there is no internet connection at your home or device. There might be an internet outage in your area or some issues with your Internet Service Provider.

Another reason for bad internet connectivity is faulty hardware — router, modem and ethernet cables, among others.

Here are some points to remember and check if you are trying to fix your internet:

  • First, make sure that there isn’t any internet outage in your area. You can ask your Internet Service Provider for the information or you can visit their website.
  • If there is no outage, then it is time to check the hardware to make sure that they are not damaged. Check all the hardware associated with the internet connection. That includes your router, modem, power cable, and the main power source, among others. Ensure that all the hardware is undamaged and working properly. If you notice any damage, change it asap.
  • If the hardware is fine, then it is time to check the connections. Make sure that the cables are secured firmly in the proper ports.
  • Sometimes, there is too much distance between the WiFi and the receiving device. Make sure that the distance is less. Or, you can directly connect the internet to your computer as it provides a more stable speed compared to WiFi.
  • Also, remove any other electronic appliances that might interfere with the WiFi signals. While you are at it, place the WiFi on a raised platform so that the devices catch signals seamlessly.
  • If there are many devices connected to your network, remove them before playing games on the internet as the devices share the limited bandwidth of the plan. You can also think of upgrading your existing internet plan.
  • You can also flush the DNS cache to reset the internet connection.

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Kumar Hemant

Deputy Editor at Candid.Technology. Hemant writes at the intersection of tech and culture and has a keen interest in science, social issues and international relations. You can contact him here: [email protected]