Blizzard bans another round of Diablo 3 players for cheating
Blizzard Entertainment is kicking more Diablo 3 players out of the game.
"Over the last year, we've issued frequent rounds of account bans for cheating in Diablo 3, and we've just issued another," the company wrote in a blog post today. "While we may not mention each round of account bans when they occur, we have and will continue to monitor Diablo 3 for exploitative behavior and take action as needed in order to help preserve the integrity of the game."
Blizzard said it does not permit the use of bots, hacks, or third-party software.
"As we’ve noted before, using this type of software not only undermines the spirit of the game, but can result in a permanent ban — and no Nephalem wants to be remembered by their dishonorable deeds within Sanctuary. Not only that, but third-party programs can cause nasty technical problems, game-related bugs, and stability and performance issues with Battle.net ... all of which can greatly impact your gaming experience as well as the gaming experience of others."
So play fair, everyone.
We recently got a glimpse of how Diablo 3 will look on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 when it arrives on September 3. A version for PlayStation 4 is also in the works.