World Of Warcraft Blizzard Announced That Input Broadcast Software Such As LevelBuddy Are Now Prohibited
World Of Warcraft Blizzard Announced That Input Broadcast Software Such As LevelBuddy Are Now Prohibited.
Blizzard has just announced that the third party input broadcast software is currently not allowed anymore in World of Warcraft. This kind of application is called Multiboxing (one person playing multiple accounts simultaneously). It can also be utilized for botting, which Blizzard finds terrible for the game.
Blizzard had also stated that they would warn players not to use such software while playing WOW; after several multiple warnings, players could be temporarily banned or banned permanently. This is from the post itself:
“…we intend to notify players that they should not use this software while playing World of Warcraft. Soon after that, the warnings will escalate to account actions, which can include suspension and, if necessary, permanent closure of the player’s World of Warcraft account(s)”
With Shadowlands getting ready for its official launch, there may be many players hoping they would multi-box their way into the new expansion, but it seems Blizzard is throwing restrictions on that idea. Recently Blizzard had just released a quick summary of the new zones of the Shadowlands.