Blizzard has confirmed that it’s going to once again implement a game creation limit in Diablo 3 in the near future, in order to prevent those who use automatic bots and other such programs in order to exploit the game.
Diablo 3 came out several months ago and, since then, Blizzard has been quite busy trying to keep the online experience as secure and as stable as possible by implementing special restrictions and by releasing all sorts of patches.
One of the most controversial restrictions was launched several weeks ago, in the form of the game creation limit
that prevent players from creating multiple matches in quick succession.
While the idea sounded good, according to Blizzard, it ended up affecting regular Diablo 3 players who encountered the “Input limit reached” error message, so they quickly turned it off.
Now, the restriction is going to once again be implemented by the studio.
While Blizzard has other methods to prevent those who use bots in Diablo 3, the game creation limit will certainly help eliminate them in a faster and easier way.
What’s more, the studio wants to get feedback from players in case the limit affects their Diablo 3 experience, in order to make sure it’s not punishing regular people.
"We'll continue to tweak the game limit as necessary, as well as continue to go after the few cheaters and botters that are out there in other ways. Our goal is to help ensure that Diablo III continues to be a fun gaming environment for all of our players, and we're looking forward to hearing your feedback on this change once it goes live."
There’s no word yet on when exactly the game creation limit will be enabled.