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Can You Skip the Queue Times in Diablo 4? – Answered

Trying to cut the line?

Now that Diablo 4 has finally launched, players who purchased the deluxe editions are clamoring to get their characters ready for combat against the hordes of enemies ahead. However, the servers are under a lot of stress, and there will be plenty of fans thrown into some long queue times.

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Depending on the number of players that try to get in the game, the queue times will vary heavily. It won’t be very surprising if some players reach a couple of hours, especially for a fan-favorite like Diablo 4. We’ll go over whether you can skip the queue times during the event, but don’t get your hopes up.

How to Get Out of the Queue in Diablo 4

The short answer is no, you can’t skip these queue lines, and you won’t be able to once it opens up for all players either. You can attempt to clear the cache for your Diablo 4 files, or even restart your game, but this won’t work like an error code that is bound to pop up.

Instead, your best bet is to simply wait for the queue times to pass. Unlike the error codes, you should be doing everything in your power to ensure that the game doesn’t crash or that you don’t lose connection. That more than likely means you’ll be in an even longer line.

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If you really want to skip the queue times in Diablo 4, or you just hate waiting, then you should probably wait to play until after the first major wave. Diablo 4 went live at 7pm EST, so waiting a few hours may make the line much more tolerable for those still trying to get in.

And that’s all! For more guides, updates, and news, make sure to check out the dedicated Diablo IV section of our site,


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Daniel Wenerowicz
Dan has been writing gaming guides, news, and features for three years after graduating with a BA in writing . You can find him covering Call of Duty for eternity, action-adventure games, and nearly any other major release.