A while back we talked about a problem people were having with being limited to the first 13 levels of Diablo III for 72 hours despite having legitimately purchased the game.
As of now, this should no longer be a problem for players as Blizzard has lifted restrictions that they had set in order to “ensure the integrity of the game and auction house service”. According to Blizzard the level restriction was an “unintended consequence” of a design decision to verify each purchase of Diablo III.
Among other things, these restrictions were put into place to help stop credit card fraud and reduce gold spam as well as other things.
However, these ‘protective’ measures seem to have punished legitimate customers more than anything else.
Do you think Blizzard acted quickly enough to rectify this issue?