Diablo 3 auction house shutting down!
With Loot 2.0 on it’s way Blizzard has finally decided to pull the plug on the auction house, both gold and real money, allowing Diablo 3 to get back to it’s roots. Players will once again have to create trade channels and scour for better loot and gear directly with other players as it was meant to be.
Of course this means the black market for Diablo 3 will explode once the auction house is shut down on March 18 2014. Many players who were making real money playing D3 will obviously not want to stop simply because Blizzard no longer wants the AH. Many players who normally wouldn’t have anything to do with RMT have also now gotten a feel for it, so it’s likely that a larger percentage of players will now dabble in the black market as compared to D2.
My personal favorite Diablo 3 market is Armorybids.com, they have categories for accounts, items, leveling services and gold, pretty much everything you need and while it’s not very active now, look for that to change in a big way next year with the closure of the official auction house.