Another round of Diablo 3 players have been banned by Blizzard, according to a post on the matter. While the developer wouldn’t go into details on the cheating ban, it posted a reminder that it will: “continue to monitor for exploitative behavior and take action as needed in order to help preserve the integrity of the game.” Hacks, bots, or other third-party software in conjunction with Diablo 3 are not permitted, so the cause of the bans can obviously be attributed to one or all of the items on the no-no list. More information through the link.
Soon, Twitch users will be able to filter Overwatch streams by hero and Hearthstone streams by Hero class and Game Mode. Soon as in today.
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Expect a new Overwatch animated short, a look at a new map for the shooter and information on World of Warcraft Patch 7.3 next week during gamescom 2017 next week.
You won’t be able to play Blizzard games on Windows XP, and Vista starting this October.
Diablo 3: Rise of the Necromancer is live, here's what's new with the rollout of patch 2.6 for PC and consoles
Patch notes for Diablo 3’s latest update have dropped.