03/26/2013 11:29 AMPosted by LylirraI wonder why, if they did this on the Asia server last December, did it take 3 more months to do it on the America's server
Account compromise issues were particularly pronounced in our Asia region, much more than the Americas or Europe, so we decided the policy change would make the most sense to roll out in that region first and then monitor how it affected false compromise claims.
We saw really good results after this policy was implemented there, and now we're really happy to be bringing the same policy update to our players in NA, LatAM, ANZ, and EU. :)
03/26/2013 12:00 PMPosted by CalvinCandiethey are not doing this because of dupers because there is no such thing as duped items in diablo 3, they are doing this for other reasons, definitely not for dupers because duping does not exist
Ok i like the idea.
No more duped items.
But, is anything being done with the current ones?
I mean, we already have people selling the same item they duped like 4 times. Are they being investigated/baned/etc?
03/26/2013 12:34 PMPosted by JWNZDuping via rollback isn't what your seeing on the AH, maybe a few times here or there but the majority of that duping is being done through NPCs and straight hacking. There is a dupe method out, not just the rollback system... That's why you see 10x of the same item, that isn't from rollback...
03/26/2013 12:31 PMPosted by JWNZPretty sure roll back is the newby way to dupe. There is a dupe method out that cost like $500 and can dupe unlimited amounts of items, it isn't a rollback system. This update doesn't change duping, it just improves the rollback system. It's obvious they can't fix the duping or it would be fixed by now.
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