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News guides 24 November 2023, 02:44

How to Fix Cheer at the Training Militia Bug in Diablo 4 (D4)

The trial version of Diablo 4 has a problem with local chat and emotes. In our guide, you will learn how to fix the problem with Cheer emote at the Training Militia.

Source: Diablo 4, developer: Blizzard Entertainment

Diablo 4 is the next installment in the popular Diablo series. It is a hack'n'slash game in which players choose one of many classes and then explore the world while killing hordes of enemies. Right now players can test the game and play it for free for a few days. However, the trial version has several problems, and one of them is related to the game's local chat and emotes. In our guide, you will learn how to fix the issue that does not allow you to use Cheer emote on the training militia.

How to fix Cheer emote in Diablo 4?

In Raising Spirits quest, you have to cheer at the training militia location by using Cheer emote. Unfortunately, some players cannot do this, as they get a "you are not allowed to speak in local chat" error. This problem is mainly suffered by those who play the trial version of the game, which is available until November 28 this year on Steam.

The use of emotes in Diablo 4 is connected to local chat, and it cannot be accessed by players who have not purchased the full version of the game. If you want to use these features, you have to buy Diablo 4. Without them, you will not be able to complete this quest.

If you are not going to spend your money, you can simply ignore the task, as it is a sidequest.

If you are interested in more news about Diablo 4, read also:

  1. Diablo 4 Guide
  2. You Are not Allowed to Speak in Local Chat in Diablo 4 (D4) – How to Fix
  3. Play Diablo 4 for Free on Steam; ‘Give Thanks and Drag Your Friends to Hell’

Dawid Lubczynski

Dawid Lubczynski

Before joining Gamepressure, he studied (in fact, still does) – for the time being, he graduated a bachelor's degree in journalism. He joined in 2019, when he took up the difficult art of writing comprehensive game guides. He likes this job best when he can write guides for soulsborne games. In his spare time, he reads about infusions that will help eliminate stress after the thousandth defeat from the hands (or claws) of the same boss. A big fan of brawler games (Tekken), which he regularly plays during various competitions (if you haven't heard of him, you already you know to what result).


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