World of Warcraft Summary
According to a group of angry World of Warcraft
cheaters players, Blizzard has swung the ban hammer and put suspensions on a number of accounts for using third-party tools. These banned World of Warcraft players will have their accounts locked for six months, until April 2018.
The third-party tools responsible for the bans contain programs that allow players to instantly teleport around the map, along with automated bots that can be used for farming, or scripts that help with combat rotations.
Blizzard working on new First-Person game possibly related to Overwatch, and an MMO RTS! ... on mobile?
New job postings over at Blizzard reveals two unannounced projects - a new first-person game that could be Overwatch 2, and an MMO RTS... for mobiles.
Blizzard Won't Be Holding A Press Conference At Gamescom This Year - PlayerUnknown To Host 'My Journey' Panel
With Europe's biggest games convention, Gamescom, taking place in Cologne, Germany next week, the event organizers have finally let loose the schedule for this year's shenanigans. It's panels galore for the most part, but it seems to confirm one major thing - Blizzard won't be staging a big press conference this year. But there's still a big-name (non-Blizzard) developer hosting a panel
Moving forward with plans issued a long while ago now, Blizzard have re-confirmed that legacy operating system support for more modern titles like StarCraft II, Diablo III and World of Warcraft will cease in the coming months.
Annoyed by gold farmers infesting your MMO of choice while you regularly ask other players for cash to boost them through content? You're no different from them, and Blizzard is about to step all over you.