I have the standard edition of diablo III can still play currently, although I am afraid if I unistall/reset my my pc that i will not be able to play again, seeing as though i have forgotten/misplaced my code. I purchased Diablo III from a local GameStop as a digital purchase. I have my email info still. I do not know how i would obtain my Authentication Code for future references. Any ideas would be very welcome. Thank you.
# 1 Dec 31, 2014
# 2 Dec 31, 2014Hi XxKALADINxX, I can see Diablo III on your Battle.net account, so you're all set. Once you've used the Authentication Key once to register Diablo III on your Battle.net account, you don't need it anymore. You can download and install Diablo III as many times as you like on as many computers as you want. You just need to log in with your Battle.net account and play.
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# 7 Jun 9, 2016cameron,
Yes. You can't add the expansion which isn't a standalone game until you've first added the main Diablo III game.
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# 27 Feb 22, 2017Hey gabbbbeh,
The account you are posting from does not show any authentication keys being claimed on it. If you claimed the keys on a different Battle.net Account then the one you are posting from, make sure then you are logging to the game on the same account you claimed the keys on.
If there are any further issues with the keys or Diablo III showing as a starter edition I recommend contacting Customer Support.
# 32 May 9, 2017Straycatz,
The Battle.net account from which you're posting has never had Diablo III other than the Starter Edition you just added to it. I found the actual account you used and it looks like you did too based on the activity I see on it.
# 47 Aug 17, 2017Tarinton139,
You're likely going to need to return it to Walmart for an exchange if they sold you a copy that has a used key.