Thursday, May 9, 2013

Diablo 3 Auction House Temporarily Closed --summary the information and update

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As a result of Diablo 3 gold copy bug arise, the gold and real-money Auction Houses offline in the Americas, According to Blizzard community manager said, they immediately carry out the repair work, from now on they don’t have a detail answers when will the Auction House be available.
After BUG repair work completed, Blizzard will assess the event to determine the need for rollback. The players involved in this copy will be in accordance with the “Diablo 3″ abuse of game specification and be punished.
As you may have already seen in the Breaking News window (or discovered while trying to load up the Auction House once logged in), we’ve brought both the gold and real-money Auction Houses offline for maintenance. After the release of Patch 1.0.8 this morning, we found that some players were exploiting a bug that enabled them to duplicate gold through the Auction House. We’re working on fixing the bug right now, and bringing the Auction Houses offline helps us troubleshoot in a more stable environment while preventing further exploiting. Community Manager Lylirra Specifically for this issue gave detailed answers
Q. When will the Auction House be available?
We don’t have an ETA just yet. Our priority at the moment is (of course) to fix the bug and make sure it can’t happen again. We know this is an inconvenience for some of our players, so we’ll be providing updates in this thread as soon as we have any details to share.
Q. Will there be a rollback?
Our priority is to fix any issues with the game client first—that’s what we’re working on right now. After we’ve addressed the situation, we’ll need to determine whether or not a rollback is appropriate. We know this is an important issue for all of our players, so we’ll be sure keep you informed of what’s happening and will provide any updates in this thread, as well.
Q. Will players be banned for using this dupe?
We’re currently in the process of reviewing the accounts involved and taking appropriate actions, including temporary locks, suspensions, and/or bans. Our exploitation policy for Diablo III can be found here, which should give you an overview of the kinds of activities that are and aren’t cool within the game.
The fate of those who took advantage of the bug remains unclear; Blizzard said in its initial announcement of the auction house shutdown that it has begun the process of “reviewing the accounts involved and taking appropriate actions, including temporary locks, suspensions, and/or bans.” Click read more for all the game details!

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