Blizzard’s Diablo 3 is facing issues as players are getting Error Code 395002 on their screen once they are revived. However, there are some easy methods that might fix this error code problem for you. Continue reading to know everything about it.
The Hack-and-Slash video game developed and published by Blizzard, Diablo 3 is the third installment to the Diablo series which made its debut in 2012. However, the game along with all its predecessors didn’t seem to grab the attention of gamers as it intended to. With the introduction of RMAH in Diablo 3, the devs themselves doomed the game. What they did was catastrophic but that’s a topic for another day.
Recently, there have been reports from many players who are facing error code 395002 when they are revived after being dead. So, in this article, we are going to be sharing some potential fixes that might help you fix the game for good.
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Diablo 3: Error Code 395002 fixed
So, this error code basically pops right up when a dead player is revived. If you are facing this error, try the following steps.
Note– These steps are applicable for the PC version only
- If you are facing this error while your hero is loading, then just log out of the game and then log back in. This will reset the hero screen and the error will be fixed.
- You can also run the Blizzard repair tool to fix the error. Here’s how to do it-
- Open the Battle.net desktop app.
- Click on Diablo 3
- Click on the Settings option next to the Play button and select Scan and Repair.
- Click Begin Scan.
- Wait for the repair to finish. After this, all the in-game errors will be fixed.
- Refresh Game cache. To do so, just switch to another game region and then switch back to your region.
- Delete the Battle.net Toolbar folder so that it can automatically rebuild outdated or corrupt files. Here are the steps to do so-
- Go to your desktop and press Windows+R to open the Run dialogue.
- Now, type C:\ProgramData\ and click enter.
- Find the Battle.net folder and delete it.
All these steps should be enough to help you get rid of the error code 395002 in Diablo 3. If the error persists, you can contact Blizzard here.