Blizzard has sent warning emails to gamers who have created mods that are contrary to the game’s terms for Diablo II: Resurrected closed alpha testing .
This was reported by the Kotaku portal. As one of the Modders told the publication, a private detective hired by Blizzard personally handed him a warning letter.
As a result, the popular D2ROffline mods, which allowed playing Diablo II: Resurrected without connecting to the company’s servers, disappeared from the game, as well as D2RModding, which unlocked characters that were not available in the early version.
Blizzard announced that the title will support mods, but only those that do not violate the terms of the game.