Report: Blizzard Banning Users on Forum for Helping People With Warcraft 3 Reforged Refunds

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If you’re a real-time strategy (RTS) fan, chances are you’ve played Warcraft III (stylicized as Warcraft 3) when it was released way back in 2002. In case you haven’t, Blizzard Entertainment has released a remastered edition of Warcraft 3: Reign of Chaos called Warcraft 3 Reforged.

Released yesterday, Warcraft 3 Reforged has been met with mostly negative feedback by gamers due to technical glitches, gameplay issues and more. If you’re one of the people who want a Warcraft 3 Reforged refund and need help, you might not want to talk about it in Blizzard’s official Warcraft forums.

Multiple reports have surfaced that Blizzard is actively banning people on the official Warcraft forums for helping other people get a Warcraft 3 Reforged refund!

Even on the Warcraft 3 subreddit, users have jumped in regarding this ban wave, with one user stating that Blizzard doesn’t want to talk about refunds on the forums in the first two hours of launch.

People are getting banned from warcraft3

Checking the official Warcraft 3 forums, you’ll see a lot of disgruntled customers and gamers all chiming in with negativity.

We’ve contacted Blizzard about this and will update the post if we hear anything back.

While some might argue that Blizzard has the right to do this given it is happening on their official forums and all, it doesn’t look good on them for sure.

Do you think Blizzard has the right to ban users and that if gamers want a refund they should do it outside the studio’s official forums? Or should gamers and buyers have the right to talk negatively about the game and what the best course is in terms of getting their money back if they’re not satisfied with the product? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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6 thoughts on “Report: Blizzard Banning Users on Forum for Helping People With Warcraft 3 Reforged Refunds

  1. It literally had nothing to do with can they… It’s should they, obviously no. I almost bought this game this morning. Not going to happen, and it is one of my historical favorites, I truly love Warcraft III, not buying Warcraft 3.

  2. It’s typically a temp ban on the forums for a few hours or a few days.

    It’s not permanent unless it’s really bad stuff like finding a game breaking glitch and using it to your advantage and then spread that to others to also take advantage.

    A couple hours? Come need ragers, give a day or two to get things rectified.

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