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Diablo III Real-Money Auction House Coming June 12

For those of you who already play Diablo III know about this feature but for those of you who don’t, developer Blizzard plans to offer an in-game auction house where players can use real money to buy and sell in-game equipment.

Diablo III has been playing around with this feature for a while now, and a lot of fans have been waiting to find out when this will happen. Well, this delayed feature was given an ETA of June 12 via an in-game prompt. This prompt was a notification delivered to players last Tuesday, May 29. The real-money auction house feature was originally set to launch on May 22, and then May 29, before being delayed once more to a then-unspecified later date. 

At the most recent time of delay, Blizzard announced, “In light of the post-launch obstacles we’ve encountered, we have made the decision to move the launch of the real-money auction house beyond the previously estimated May timeframe.” 

It has also been reported that users have been experiencing some post-update server issues, including the dreaded “Error 33” making an unwelcome return, among a few other problems. However, these issues appear to be resolving according to the latest updates, meaning happiness is slowly returning to Diablo-world.


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