You know those trade scams we've been reporting on every once in a while? Those scams in Diablo III that results in people losing stuff and then later having that stuff appear on the Real-Money Auction House? Well, Blizzard has finally made a statement about the trade scams/exploits and stated that it's a serious issue and will require an overhaul of the client-side runtime, and that it likely won't appear until patch 1.
Game cannot be played offline. Blizzard has revealed that Diablo III will allow players to trade in-game items for real money via an officially sanctioned auction house, integrated in the game. The move was revealed to press at a pr... Read Post
Diablo III may have recently enjoyed an epic patch, but it’s not the only click-orientated RPG to receive some love and attention. Crate Entertainment’s Grim Dawn, currently on Early Access, was yesterday updated to include its long... Read Post
Blizzard delays Diablo III’s Real Money Auction House to May 29 as per this post below by Diablo 3 Community Manager Bashiok in the official forums: Diablo Players: We’d like to extend a very sincere thank you to everyone who joined... Read Post