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buy WOW Classic EU Gold It’s bad news for those who have been exploiting a certain bug in WoW Classic as the development team is bringing out the ban hammer and bringing it down hard on cheaters. Hell hath no fury like a dev team scorned.

A repeatable bug was allowing players to exploit the game’s layering system in order to respawn bosses within instances enabling them to kill them repeatedly for increased loot.

The team has now developed a fix for the issue and are currently deploying it worldwide. As of posting the fix should be implemented in-game.

Along with patching things up WoW Classic are also punishing cheaters and leaving no room for mercy. Kalvax’s post makes an ominous reference to taking “appropriate punitive measures” which as Reddit user u/DingoCrazy found out consists of a minimum one-month ban and having all exploited items permanently removed.

Players have been known to “exploit”cheap WOW Classic Gold EU the layering system out in the world by deliberately jumping between layers in order to more quickly farm enemies for experience or loot but it seems Blizzard consider this tactic legitimate as it uses an intended game mechanic rather than a bug.

For those who may be worried that they’ve accidentally exploited a bug and are now on a one-way road to ban-ville: don’t be. In order to abuse the bug players would have to take extremely specific steps. The chances of a non-cheating player replicating these steps is almost non-existent.

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