Despite the heat of Diablo 4, Diablo 3 was not overlooked by Blizzard. Matthew Cederquist, who runs the operation, recently responded to comments on TurboHud’s navigation and robot externality in Diablo3 in a post on his website.
Matthew Cederquist says TurboHud Navigation has some cool features, but some of them will make it more convenient for players. Although TurboHud Navigation has not attracted the attention of anti-cheat ingress programs at this time, there will be more in this regard in the future. The current state of TurboHud is considered a program that should not be used in the game. As for robots, their good days are coming to an end.
Players who have played the game are certainly no strangers to hanging up or hanging up, and there are many players who use such programs in Diablo3. This Matthew Cederquist post clearly expresses the development team’s attitude towards cheating procedures, believing that in the future, Blizzard’s Warden anti-cheat program will be upgraded and the end of the robot’s appearance is coming.