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An unauthorized reproduction of eso items in The Elder Scrolls Online was banned

An unauthorized reproduction of eso items in The Elder Scrolls Online was banned

Recently an error called Duplication Bug was found which ruined the economy of The Elder Scrolls Online. It allowed players to duplicate eso items and crafting materials in the guild banks and make quick eso gold. The error has been known since February (Beta) and was then fixed. Apparently the exploit had a smaller patch and found its way back into the game a few days ago.

This is a potentially serious exploit ZeniMax Online has encountered. The developers took measures at once. They initially disabled all guild banks and then lorded a hotfix patch on the server, and, as they claimed what was called a "zero tolerance policy", those players who had apparently taken advantage of this exploit were banned to use their accounts. That's a large number. This is the official announcement: "We have responded quickly and fixed the problem now, we have zero tolerance when it comes to knowingly taking advantage of opportunities for abuse, . . . The accounts of all its involved players were now permanently locked. We thank all who have reported this issue to us if you will find opportunities for abuse again in the future, please let us know / help in game or through our Help Center to know. "

There are some players who are wrongly suspended. In this case, certain players should report it to the customer service rather than complain in the forum, for your own sake. And players should be careful not to exploit those unauthorized action. eso gold and eso items should be obtained rightly. Purchase them in websites such as www.esogold.org. They are cheap. You don't have to worry about your account being locked.