Diablo has always been one of Blizzard’s more popular games and with Diablo III, it has gotten even more popular, which should mean the Blizzard betters their servers to allow people to actually play.

Well, it seems that isn’t the case with most people getting Error 37 upon trying to sign in, which obviously means their stress tests didn’t go to plan.

But today Blizzard has launched a new update alongside a much need apology to the fans:

…we’d also like to say that we’ve been humbled by your enthusiasm — and we sincerely regret that your crusade to bring down the Lord of Terror was thwarted not by mobs of demons, but by mortal infrastructure. As many of you are aware, technical issues occurring within hours after the game’s launch led to players experiencing error messages and difficulty logging in. These issues cropped up again last night for the Americas and Europe servers. Despite very aggressive projections, our preparations for the launch of the game did not go far enough.

If your still angry, here’s a related image to cheer you up:

Image via [Eurogamer]

Is that a good enough apology? Are you still getting Error 37? Let us know in the comments below.

Via [Blizzard]

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