Diablo 3 is a hack and slash action role game designed and developed by Blizzard Entertainment and is available in Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, macOS, Microsoft Windows and Classic Mac OS platforms. Lately, several complaints have come from the different corners that the Diablo 3 server is down, and users were getting Diablo Error Code 395002. The same error message was leaving players unable to continue the game. 

The Diablo Error Code 395002 usually appears on the screen after reviving the character, and the prime reason behind this is the game cache issue. The said error is not a severe issue, and you can resolve it quickly by following this article. In this article, we have comprised some sure solutions for the same error; without wasting time, go through the detailed solutions given below. For more details, let’s have a look down below.

Fix 1: Log out and Log in again:

The most effective solution for the Diablo Error Code 395002 is simply logging out from the game and signing in again into the game after a few seconds. This process will help you to resolve the same error. To log out and log in, follow these steps,

  • Firstly, select the Blizzard Battle.Net app from the Start menu list.
  • Then click on the Down arrow from the top right corner of the screen. (the arrow you can see beside your name)
  • And from the drop-down menu, select the Log Out option.
  • After a few seconds, log in again into the Blizzard.
  • Once done, relaunch the game and check the said issue is resolved for you or not. 

Fix 2: Switch to a different region:

Sometimes switching to another region and switch back to the previous position will help to refresh the game cached data and might resolve the Diablo Error Code 395002 easily. To switch to a different region, follow these steps,

  • Firstly, select the Blizzard Battle.Net app from the Start menu list.
  • From the list, click on the Game icon and select a different region (here, click on the Globe icon to change region)
  • Then switch back to the previous region after few seconds.
  • Once done, check for improvement.

Fix 3: Use Repair tool:

If the game file is corrupted or missing, then you might get the Diablo Error Code 395002. The repair tool will detect the damaged files and repair them automatically. To run the repair tool, follow these steps, 

  • Firstly, select the Blizzard Battle.Net app from the Start menu 
  • Then choose the game you need to repair and click on its Options.
  • Now in the new menu, select the Scan and Repair option.
  • Further, click on the Begin Scan option. 
  • Let’s wait to complete the process, then restart the system and check whether the said error is resolved. 

Fix 4: Remove the Battle.net files:

At times, the Diablo Error Code 395002 can occur as a result of corrupted Battle.net files. In this scenario, deleting the Battle. Net files will help in resolving the same error. To remove the Battle.net file, follow these steps,

  • Firstly, ensure to close Agent, Blizzard Battle.net desktop app and all the games from the Task Manager window.
  • Then press Windows + R altogether to open a RUN dialog box, type C:\ProgramData\ and click OK.
  • Here from the list, locate and delete the Battle.net folder.
  • Finally, run Battle.net and then Update the game as soon as possible.
  • Once done, check the said issue is resolved or not. 

These are the quick fixes for the Diablo Error Code 395002. In addition to this solution, you can also check the Graphics driver installed in your system is updated. If you have any queries or doubts after reading this article, please leave a comment in the below-given comment box.