May 15 2012, 12:17pm CDT | by Shane McGlaun
After a delay of four years, the videogame Diablo III finally launched at midnight last night. Hordes of gamers around the country and around the world stood in line to get their copy again or downloaded the game digitally and rushed home to play. Once many of these gamers get ready to play the game, they encountered error messages .
Blizzard says that anyone who gets an error 37 message when trying to login should give it some time and try to login again. However, other issues have been reported such as gamers getting kicked out of the character creation screen once being able to login. All the issues are being blamed on server traffic.
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