Honorbuddy says it's on the point of bring back it honor-farming service, and disputes Blizzard's state that it banned 100,000 players.
The creators of HonorBuddy, a well known World of Warcraft bot that's recently detected by Blizzard, is about to bring the service back again.
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"We has decided to release Honorbuddy again," staff member "Bossland" said in the post within the official Honorbuddy forum. "Again, we're going to give no guarantee so we have never given an assurance, the software is protected from detection or bans."
Bossland asserted they be prepared to bring Honorbuddy back at the end of the Vanilla WOW Gold week, however it doesn't appear like they have quite yet.
Honorbuddy also disputed Blizzard's state that over 100,000 World of Warcraft account were banned in the ban wave on May 13. "there never been a large number of active Honorbuddy users," the trainer told us.
Outside of World of Warcraft, Blizzard is gathering pace to launch a fresh MOBA called Heroes with the Storm, that's pitched like a competitive adventure in the same vein as League of Legends or DotA 2, but reported to be more approachable.
It can also be working on a team-based shooter called Overwatch, so it has described to be a "pick-up-and-play" FPS. Find out more about the action in MMOAH's in-depth set of Overwatch's characters and gameplay.