Diablo II: Installers, Stand Alone Patches, and Update Troubleshooting


If you already have game keys for the Diablo II games attached to your Battle.net account, 1.14b installers for Mac and PC can be found here:
https://us.battle.net/account/management/download/?show=classic Connecting to Battle.net after installing will patch you to the latest version which is 1.14d.

Stand Alone Patches

If you already have an older version of the game installed and are having trouble patching, go here for the stand alone patch to 1.14d:


When I try to play on Battle.net the game says someone else is using my key.

For this symptom, first try rebooting your PC and checking again. If it still indicates your key is in use, try power cycling your network devices.


What if I am receiving errors attempting to patch or cannot complete patching?

We recommend downloading and reinstalling with the digital installers:

What if I don't see installers on the page you linked?

If you don't have keys for the games attached to your Battle.net account, you will not see them there. Go here to purchase:
http://us.blizzard.com/en-us/games/d2/ or use the ADD Game Key button on your Account management page

Is there a Mac patch?

No, the changes we had to make from legacy OSX to 10.10 and 10.11 support were too great, there is no Mac patch, only the install linked above.

I'm having trouble installing the game on my Mac with the latest version of MacOS.

With the release of Mac 10.13 (High Sierra). The Diablo II installer currently doesn't work on the latest version of the Mac OS and will freeze or do nothing after you accept the Terms of Use.

The workaround we currently recommend is to install it on a non- APFS partition. Alternative workarounds include rolling back the 10.13 update, and installing the game. Then update to the latest version. This is an issue that is being reviewed by our classic games team.

*Note - Mac 10.13.4 has resolved the installation issue

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