Diablo III Players

“Play nice; Play fair.” It’s one of Blizzard Entertainment’s core values, and it’s

something we take very seriously.
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Obtain information about Diablo III that’s not normally available to the player
Transmit or modify the Diablo III game files
Provide access to features or abilities beyond what is allowed by the game’s design
Change how Diablo III interacts with Battle.net

As a reminder, we do not permit the use of hacks, bots, or other third-party software

in conjunction with Diablo III. While many of the programs intended for use with the

game are actually cheat programs and automation programs (“bots”) that exploit Diablo

III’s mechanics and provide players with an unfair advantage,”third-party software”

also refers to any file or program that attempts to:

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. This is why it’s important for us to make

sure that players battle the forces of the Burning Hells on their merits, with an

unaltered game client.

Over the last year, we’ve issued frequent rounds of account bans for cheating in

Diablo III, and we’ve just issued another. While we may not mention each round of

account bans when they occur, we have and will continue to monitor Diablo III for

exploitative behavior and take action as needed in order to help preserve the

integrity of the game.

So play nice, and play fair, and keep on giving those demons hell!