Diablo 2 Resurrected has been in closed beta for the past few weeks. Users who pre-ordered the game or got the Twitch drop could enjoy it. But, yesterday the game became available in open beta, meaning anyone can play the game for free throughout the open beta period which is frankly very brief. In its current state, Diablo 2 Resurrected has a lot of errors and bugs with issues with the procedurally generated world, crashing, server problems, and more. But, the Diablo 2 Resurrected License Expired error on PS4 and PS5 is not due to a fault of the game or the developers.
It’s just that you are trying to play the game on the old beta. There is a quick way to fix the license expired error in D2R. Stick with the post and we will show you how.
How to Fix PS4 and PS5 License Expired Error in Diablo 2 Resurrected
Besides the license expired error, users on both PS4 and PS5 are unable to update the game to the latest patch. There have been two patches to the game recently. The reason why you are unable to update the game is the same. You are on the older version. You need to get the newer version, which is different from the closed beta.
To fix the License Expired Error in Diablo 2 Resurrected on PS4 and PS5, you need to go to the PS Store and purchase the open beta. You of course don’t have to pay for it as it’s listed for free. But, that will allow you to download the open beta and you can both update and play the game.
If you cannot find the beta in the PS Store, search for ‘Diablo 2 Resurrected beta’ and it will show. Once the download and install are complete, restart the console. So, that’s how to get past the error in the game. Check out the game category for more informative guides and tips to play the game.