Video game developer Blizzard has announced that the upcoming 4.3.4 patch for its MMO World of Warcraft will allow gamers to use the game client in order to report potential cheating, naming violations and any kind of harassment.
This means that Blizzard will get reports faster and will then be able to react to them with increased speed, which in turn leads to a better gaming environment for all legitimate players.
The 4.3.4 patch does not yet have a launch date although various versions of it have been made available on the public test realm since the end of March.
World of Warcraft is currently the most subscribed to MMO in the world of gaming and Blizzard is getting ready to launch another expansion for it, called Mists of Pandaria, during the fall of this year.
The new expansion will significantly increase the size of the game world and will also introduce a new race and a new class.