Mostly fluff acknowledging the game still needs a lot of work. There is also some mention of “social changes” that will hopefully make the game not feel like a ghost town.
Actually this is something my bosses have been asking me for quite a while now – what are our plans for DLC? How much money can we make? They are a company, obviously, in it to make money. So it’s something I’m continually asked even now. But I haven’t changed my stance. If you’re making a fighting game, all of the elements necessary to enjoy it should be on the disc, or should at least be available for free.
With the success of their Steam Workshop, Valve has found a way to crowdsource the approvals process for Steam.
If you’re computer savvy enough to figure out how to get Linux installed, and setup WINE to get Diablo 3 playable on an unsupported OS, you should be smart enough to realize Blizzard’s in-game security, Warden will throw off some false positives on occasion. Blizzard is not going to waste time sorting through thousands of bans to verify you’re just playing, and not having multiple VMs open and botting.
Moral of the story: If you play an online game, dont complain if you get banned or something