Today, Blizzard announced that third input broadcasting software (such as levelbuddy) will no longer be accepted in World of Warcraft. This type of software is often used for Multiboxing (one player playing multiple accounts at the same time), but can also be used as a bot, all of which Blizzard considers to be detrimental to the game.
Blizzard claims that they will warn players that they should not use such software while playing, but after some warnings players could be suspended or banned entirely. From the post itself:
“… We intend to inform players that they should not use this software while playing World of Warcraft. Immediately after, the warnings will switch to account actions, which may include suspending and, if necessary, permanently closing the player̵7;s World of Warcraft account (s) ”
With Shadowlands ready for a second pass at launch, there may be a small chunk of players hoping they can multibox their way through the new expansion, but it looks like Blizzard is bouncing off. pour cold water on that idea. Blizzard recently released a quick video of the Shadowlands regions, but don’t worry, you can watch them all at once on our post here here without fear of any advance warning.