An exploit that enables players to circumvent the “Crossword” mode of Diablo 3 has been discovered by the hacker collective Diablo 3 Exploit Crew.
Diablo 3 players are given access to the game’s Crossword mode in order to explore the game world and solve puzzles.
Diablo players can also cross-connect with other Diablo players to complete missions.
The exploit was first discovered by Diablo 3 team member Jason Smith, who said that the exploit was designed to be used against his team.
“I was trying to figure out how to exploit it,” Smith said.
“My friends were trying to get me to do it, but I couldn’t because of all the restrictions I had.”
Diablo 3 player JoeyHacker said that he discovered the exploit while playing on a server in the United States.
He said that a friend of his who was in the crossword mode was getting hit with a Blizzard exploit.
“We got hit with the crosswords,” he said.
“[JoeyHackers] got hit, and then we got hit back.
I mean, it’s been like an hour or so.”
He said he thought that the Crossword was the main issue, but it turns out that the Diablo 3 exploit has a secondary flaw.
“The secondary issue is that there is a bug in Diablo 3’s exploit code that allows for a direct cross-connection,” Joey Hacker said.
Blizzard says that it has already patched the issue.
“Blizzard has released a patch to address this issue,” the company said.
JoeyHack also said that another exploit could be a possible fix.
“If Blizzard’s patch fix does fix the cross-crossing issue, it would fix the exploit,” he added.
Diablo3Exploit Crew said that Blizzard’s fix was a bug that was patched in September.
However, it has not been released for players.
“This is not a bug, this is a Blizzard fix that is going to fix the issue,” Joe, Hacker and Smith said in a statement.
“It’s still very possible to cross-cheat and hack Diablo3.
This is a matter of common sense.
We just want to fix it.”