Diablo 4 Invalid License: How to Fix Error Code 315306 Unable to Find Valid License

Diablo 4 Error Code 315306 saying that you have an invalid license? Here are some potential fixes for Unable to Find Valid License.

Diablo 4 Error Code 315306 saying that you have an invalid license? Here are some potential fixes for Unable to Find Valid License.
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Diablo 4 Error Code 315306 Unable to Find Valid License tells you that you have an invalid license on PS5, PC, or Xbox and can’t play the game. It popped up during the open beta and during the Server Slam, and it’s rearing its ugly head again at launch. If you’re here, you’re wondering what it means and if there’s a fix for Error Code 315306. Here’s what you need to know if you get the message, “unable to find valid license.”

What is Diablo 4 Error Code 315306 Unable to Find Valid License?

What does it mean when the game tells you that you have an invalid license? Much like other error codes in the game, such as 316719, 300202, 34202, and 300008, Diablo 4 Error Code 315306 affects players at random on PC, PS5, and Xbox.

It sometimes appears alongside those error codes listed above, as well as the message “unable to find valid license” on PC, and something similar on PS5 and Xbox. Some players have been DC’ed and met with the issue multiple times in a row, even after waiting in line.

RelatedWhat does “This Game Cannot Be Played Yet” mean?

What Causes Error Code 315306?

Error Code 315306 Unable to Find Valid License is typically caused by server issues.

Server issues are another matter, considering the massive number of players flocking to the game during Early Access and at launch, all trying to play at a single time.

Is There a Fix for Error Code 315306?

There’s no one-size-fits-all fix for Error Code 315306 telling you that you have an invalid license. But, as with any time-out error or connection issue, it’s always good practice to troubleshoot your setup and Internet connection just to be sure it’s a server-side problem. You can:

  • Exit Battle.net.
  • Check your Internet connection.
  • Reset your router.
  • Relaunch the game.
  • Restart your PC or console.

There are some other potential fixes folks have said worked for them:

  • Validate your game licenses.
  • Clear your cache files.
  • Claim a free game or free-to-play game.
  • Buy Platinum premium currency.
  • Uninstall and reinstall Diablo 4.

For now, that’s what you need to know about the Diablo 4 Error Code 315306 hitting PC, PS5, and Xbox. The advice above isn’t the greatest if you’re trying to get into the game, especially buying premium currency or uninstalling and reinstalling, both relatively high asks. Blizzard has acknowledged the issue and is working on a fix. For more, head over to our Diablo 4 guides hub.

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