Their next goal is a remaster of Diablo II and Diablo III
The Blizzless project participants reported about the successful creation of utilities for launching Warcraft III: Reforged and StarCraft: Remastered without connecting to Battle.net servers. Judging by the first reviews, the games really work.
Blizzless wrote that they are currently hacking the Diablo Prime Evil Collection edition, which includes a remaster of Diablo II and Diablo III: Eternal Collection. Release teams still haven’t been able to fully bypass Blizzard’s defenses in these action RPGs.
In the future, the developers plan to launch alternative servers for playing Warcraft III: Reforged and StarCraft: Remastered over the network, including licensed versions.
The authors of the project expect to publish part of the source code of their tools for hacking Blizzard games after they complete the work.
The developers formed their team for a number of reasons, including the forced removal of the original Warcraft III client and its replacement with an updated version. In addition, they are concerned that Blizzard, in theory, is able to close access to already purchased products in certain regions.