What I mean by single player mode is I want to create game and don't allow others to join.

Sometimes there are things I wanna do alone like finding Kanai's cube. Other people keep on wanting to do something else.

I know I can join game. There's an option for that. But how to create game? Single player game?

  • not duplicate. That one presumes that the player already knows how to create single player games. And then prevent friends from joining. I want to create single player games. – user4951 Jun 8 '16 at 4:24
  • no body plays diablo 3 anymore isn't it. it's just not popular – user4951 Jun 8 '16 at 4:27
  • This question: How do I stop random people from joining. Other question: How do I stop my friends from quick joining. Similar questions, but not duplicates. – user106385 Jun 8 '16 at 5:21
  • Creating a single player game is no different than creating any other game. The other question has it correct, if you turn off auto join and make a game, then no one will ever join your game, effectively making it single player. – l I Jun 8 '16 at 10:01
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    @timelord because the other 3 steps are blindingly obvious to anyone whose played Diablo 3 people don't even think about it. – l I Jun 8 '16 at 11:36

Single player game in 4 easy steps:

  1. Make sure you are not in a party.

  2. Make sure no one can join the game you make without permission.

  3. Click on game settings to pick your game mode and difficulty level. Make sure it will be a PRIVATE game, not public.

  4. Click on the big Start Game button. If you see join game instead of start game, then go back to step 3 and confirm its a private game.

teh buttonz

Bonus step:

  1. Don't invite anyone to your private game. And reject/ignore any join requests you get.
  • I actually figured that out my self but thanks. Upvote and selected. He he he. Yes it should have been obvious. I just "forget". Also in old interface I think there is "create game" option. I forget either. – user4951 Jun 8 '16 at 18:34

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