Blizzard have today decided to offer refunds to players in South Korea who are below level 40 in the game. The game makers were thinking about the decision for quite sometime after originally declining to give out refunds to their customers in that region.
The problems regarding the famous error 37 were pretty bad in most parts of the world, but nothing compared to what South Korea had to deal with. The region was hit the hardest in terms of server delaying and overall customer service and today it seems “Blizzard” have paid for there mishandling of the situation completely.
The Korean government decided to get involved and demanded that the game developers pay up with refunds the their Korean customers. The Korean government even went as far as to put an investigation underway for the damage caused. Some people are saying that Blizzard only done it so that they would not be seen as the bad guys in all of this. They certainly don’t want the villain name tag put next to their name.
Blizzard did indeed take their time with this decision, a decision that has been criticized for just how long it took for them to make a business decision. Korea is one of the best and biggest game markets that Blizzard have and their is a massive ask for games like Diablo 3 and online role playing games in general. Whether or not Blizzard decide to offer out these refunds to other country’s and continents remands to be seen.
The patch has only been updated in the US and is soon to follow in Asia and Europe with changes made. There are a lot of changes that Blizzard have made for this new update and players are more than excited about the news. If you want to know exactly what changes have happened,then your best going to the battle.net official website for all the details your going to need.
The Asian and European servers have had a slight delay to be updated with maintenance being conducted on them to prepare them for the new patch 1.0.3 which should go completely live today sometime.
Here are just some of the major changes that you need to take a look at below.
- To prevent monsters from being unintentionally kited into town from other areas of the game, portals have been placed at both ends of the bridge from New Tristram to The Weeping Hollow.
- Towns have always been intended to be a safe haven from combat, and this change will help keep the denizens of New Tristram safe from the dangers that lurk beyond its walls.
- The rewards provided for replaying quests have been reduced
The real-money auction house is now available for Chilean, Argentinian, and Brazilian currencies
- Friends will now sort alphabetically by name within the Friends List, first by Real ID and then by BattleTag.
- The Quick Join menu will now also sort alphabetically by name, first by Real ID and then by BattleTag.
- Chat settings and preferences will now be saved whenever you log out
Reporting another player using the Report > Spam option will now mute that player for the duration of your gaming session
- Bug Fixes
- Using the /who command in a heavily populated chat channel should no longer cause the client to crash.
- The “Invite to Party” button should no longer become grayed-out if a player decides to:
- Declines a party invite
- Requests a party invite and then declines it
- Accepts a party invite, but then immediately leaves the party
The character screen should now always display the correct act and quest information.
- If Real ID has been disabled for a Battle.net account, attempting to add a Real ID friend in Diablo III will now prompt the player with the following error message: “Battle.net is unable to add friends because you have Real ID disabled.”
- Active Skills
- Ignore Pain
- Skill Rune – Contempt for Weakness
- The amount of damage reflected will now cap at the player’s maximum Life
- Overpower Skill Rune – Crushing Advance
- The amount of damage reflected will now cap at the player’s maximum Life.
- The tooltip has been updated to represent that both melee and ranged damage are reflected
- Weapon Throw
Tooltip now displays the correct duration for how long a target will be slowed: “Hurl a throwing weapon at any enemy for 100% weapon damage and Slow the movement of the enemy by 60% for 1.5 seconds.” (The functionality of the skill has not changed.)
- Passive Skills
- Now reduces the Fury cost of all skill by 75%, down from 100% (the 50% damage reduction remains unchanged)
- Bug Fixes
- The experience bar for characters at level cap on a Guest Pass account will now display 0/0 experience.
- If the account holder upgrades to the full game, their characters will be at 0/41000 experience towards the next level.
- The speed of the animation that plays when resurrecting another players should no longer scale with your attack speed.
- Attempting to cast a skill while spamming the Town Portal hot key will now correctly interrupt the Town Portal cast and animation.
- Players who use Town Portal while in a tar pit will no longer keep the tar pit debuff after being teleported.
- It is no longer possible for players in Hell difficulty to skip to Inferno difficulty by creating and leaving Public Games.
- It is no longer possible to prevent character death in a single-player game by pausing the game in one game client and then logging into the same account from a different game client.
- Fixed a bug where The Lyceum in the Southern Highlands was not appearing.
- Fixed a bug where players could switch their offerings in the Trade window right before clicking “Accept” and, due to high latency, the game would not always be able to verify that both players were accepting the same offerings.
- Fixed a bug that was allowing players to temporarily pick up items that belonged to another account.
- Fixed a bug that was causing players to become stuck when using a banner to port to another player that was in an “un-walkable” location (i.e. to a barbarian in the middle of performing Leap)
- Fixed a position desync bug (aka “rubberbanding”) that could happen when some movement skills (Strafe, Whirlwind, Tempest Rush) ended because the player ran out of the appropriate resource.
- Fixed several issues where a player’s character would get stuck or “rubberband” while moving if their movement speed was slowed in any way.
- Several performance improvements have been made to both the PC and Mac client
- Auction House
- Item tooltips in the auction house will now correctly reflect stat bonuses provided by socketed gems.
- Items with class-specific affixes should now display the class restriction properly.
- It should no longer be possible for players to purchase a stack of items so large that it cannot be sent to their stash.
- The data displayed in each auction house tab should now properly reset when you are logging out of your account.
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It’s been weeks of controversy among the Blizzard game Diablo 3 and all the mayhem in between in all. Everybody who has been following the game or even into video games would know exactly what we are talking about as it has been all over the news on all the gaming websites literally every single day.
The Diablo servers went on the day of the famous games release and their have been problems after problems with them ever since. However, Blizzard (the game developers) have come out today and said that the servers have been functioning now for the past two weeks and are okay. They go on to say that there should be no more problems regarding the Diablo servers for the foreseeable future.
A statement from the game makers Blizzard read “We are continuing to work around the clock to provide the best possible service and deliver a great gameplay experience for our Diablo 3 players around the globe.” Also in the news regarding Diablo 3, is that the popular real money auction house had gone live in the whole of Europe and the USA.
The servers thus far have been okay around the globe, even in the US and Europe since the launch of the real money auction house the signs are good and long may that continue that way. We suspect that there will be no more problems or errors when it comes to the servers anymore.
North America and south America have gained access to the Diablo 3 feature the real money auction house. The most talked about feature on a video game in recent years was supposed to be available on the 22nd of May 2012 originally. This was delayed to a later date because of the developers (Blizzard) problems with multiple things including servers.
Diablo 3 players were able to gain items through the real game and then sell them via the real money auction house. Items including Armour, weapons, special items and gold can all be traded for real cash on this game. A fantastic feature that could entice anybody into starting to play the online role playing game.
The news that players were having their accounts compromised by hacking and a few other happenings slowed down the process being released aswell. A app will have to be downloaded manually for security precautions straight to their smartphone. The alternative root would be to just buy a authenticator device which may suit people without a smartphone.
Blizzard have decided to shut down the servers in the whole of Asia because of item duping that has been going on since Diablo 3 was made available. The famous game developers shut down the Asian server on Sunday 10th June 2012 because of the item duping problems as there were loads of cases reported of items that were duplicated.
The announcement got made on the official battle.net Asian forums with posts being made by the admin. The language was Korean so that the majority of the Asian community could understand and be able to read the important notice. There were quite a considerable amount of posts that were posted throughout the day on Sunday pointing out the fact their servers would not be functioning for a while.
What is the most complicating factor out of all this is the fact that why didn’t the admin just make sure to put a sticky post on the forum for a short while instead of continuously posting threads all day long. The threads that were on battle.net forum though did say they will do their up most best to sort out the problem as soon as they possibly could.
Many individuals from Asia were taking advantage of the item duplicating and were actually doing it for quite sometime before it was brought to the game makers (Blizzard) attention. The individuals involved must of made a considerable sum of money in the process.
It seems with all the news lately that Blizzard are not taking any sort of breaking the rules lightly at all. They seem to have full control of the situation and keep coming up with suitable solutions each week to tackle this.
The Blizzard game Diablo 3 offers some sensational graphics if it is played on the format in the shape of a Macbook Pro. The hit game didn’t look like it could get any better visually, but the graphics on the Mac are nothing short of absolutely sensational.
Of course something so special always comes at a price as everyone fully knows. The price for the pro version will be a staggering $2000and a bit dollars. It will come with retina display for the pro version which in turn will display unbelievably 2880 by 1800 high performance resolution with the 15.4 inch Mac screen.
Apple have made a fantastic tactical and marketing move here and although the pro Diablo deal is at a high price, they really did have no choice other than to do that. The graphics will be out of this world and if we think about it, well worth every single penny. The fact that Apple identified this game as a bestseller for the PC as it was the fastest selling PC game of all time lets not forget, tells us that they know exactly what they are doing.
I’m sure that they will make more than a few sales, not over the top but more than enough to make their investment back that’s for sure. The move is also a very clever one from the game makers Blizzard as well. It has not yet been officially revealed by Blizzard as to when this product does in fact become available to the public. When they do decide to announce it, you will get the news here first on diablo3cheatspc.com in a post.
Today there was a weird occurring theme going round the diablo 3 forums as for the first time in a long while there were no complaints that anybody’s personal account had been hacked. Over the last month, well pretty much ever since diablo 3 launched there have been complaints over accounts getting hacked by farmers.
The typical type of things that the hackers were doing was deleting players characters out of spite. Having some of the items that they collected through the game suddenly disappear. As well as players gold going missing and bizarre names turning up on their list of friends. The main hacking was the entire account being deleted or password changed altogether.
Since the start of the day today there have been no new threads whatsoever about anybody’s account getting compromised or hacked. Which is rather strange to say the least as anybody would point out because everybody stopping complaining all at once is slightly odd. There were well over 200 complaints so Blizzard have either done a good job, or they don’t want their forum piled up with numerous complaints by gamers.
This is totally understandable and i don’t think anybody would like their forum full up to the brink with hate mail or complaints. The other conclusion and explanation is that the hackers have given it a rest and are just cooling down for a bit to let the heat die down for a while. Which if you were a hacker, is a very clever move.
The explanation that i would go with is that Blizzard have made a complete and utter success of their new patch and it is working to stop any hacking going on in the forums or game. Lets hope that this good news continues and we never hear of any hacking ever again and people can enjoy the brilliant game that is diablo 3.
Security has been tightened up by Blizzard for there unique feature for diablo 3, the real money auction house. There has been trouble brewing ever since it’s launch with problems after set backs. It is beginning though like Blizzard are making a stand for themselves and putting all of their wrongs right at long last.
The fiasco has been going on for weeks if not about a month now and people have started to get inpatient with the developers. First their trusted servers went when the game went live back in May. This was because the servers just couldn’t take the sheer number of players that were logged on to play the game online.
Then after that ordeal, there was the situation with hackers just the other day hacking into people’s real money accounts and stealing from them. Today thought the news is that Blizzard are putting all their wrongs right with introducing increased security for their special feature.
The real money auction house which is a new addition to the game will now need to be authenticated manually by players in order to play the game online. This was to tackle the ever growing problem of hackers gaining money from other users. It’s a very wise decision by Blizzard and a much welcomed one at that.
For usage of the real money auction house you must own your own battle.net account yourself and have a balance that will allow you to sell your items or purchase them instead. If you want to deploy your balance from the real money auction house to your personal battle.net account, then this action will also require you to actually authenticate that transaction.
Many diablo 3 gamers have actually purchased credits and added to their balance for the real money auction house which has yet not even been introduced whatsoever. The fans of the game and particularly the ones that had their money taken and was a victim will be immensely pleased with this bit of news. We can expect the real money auction house to go live in the next couple of days or weeks.
It has been announced today that a Chinese man has been the centre of attention on the famous video sharing community website YouTube. The man gave a special one off interview and shared it on the site for viewers to watch for themselves.
In the interview the man claims that there are loads of diablo 3 accounts that have been the subject of a scandal in which most of them have been hacked by third parties. Websites associated with the game such as the official diablo 3 forums and actual real player accounts have all been hacked by gold farmers.
The interview lasted a very long time and the man did take he’s time with what he was saying to the journalist. He decided to hide he’s own voice and make sure that he’s identity remain a mystery for obvious reasons. He said “many people that have used the exact same account for all of these same types of websites are at a huge risk.”
If players of the game have used the password that they chose for the first site and used it again on all the others, then they may be liable for their accounts to be indeed hacked. When the gold farmers have obtained your personal information then they would typically go on to sell it to a third party.
Blizzard are urging customers to immediately change the usernames and passwords that they have previously set. The Chinese man also said that he wants the game developers to annihilate all the horrible bots and spammers so that this can be prevented from happening in the future.
There is of course a lot of controversy surrounding this interview as some people believe that it is nothing more than a publicity stunt in order to get millions of hits on YouTube. You can find the exact video we are talking about by searching for Markee dragon’s username and it should be the latest video. If not, then it will be the one with the most number of views.
Some people are saying that the game makers should have just left diablo 3 offline so that none of this sort of inconvenience never happened. The fact that people have paid good money for this video game and now have the task of worrying about there account is outright wrong. We are sure that Blizzard will do everything in their power to rectify the problem as soon as possible though.