Änderungen am Auktionshaus

Geschrieben von Telias am 17.02.2012 um 21:05
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Heute wurden einige Änderungen am Auktionshaus angekündigt, die schon bald umgesetzt werden. Mit diesen Änderungen werden erstmals beide Diablo 3 Auktionshäuser in der Beta Phase gleichzeitig aktiviert. Folgende Änderungen werden durchgeführt.

  • Die Angebotsgebühr wird entfernt
  • Die Transaktionsgebühr wird auf 1,25 Beta-Münzen erhöht
  • Preisminimum bei Anbieten wird auf 1,50 Beta-Münzen erhöht
  • Es werden maximal 10 aktive Auktionen je Auktionshaus gleichzeitig möglich sein

Blizzard begründet diese Änderungen darin das Spieler die ihre Gegenstände in das Auktionshaus stellen ein geringeres Risiko haben, da die Auflistungsgebühr wegfällt. Gleichzeitig wird mit dem Limit von 10 maximalen Auktionen vermieden, dass das Auktionshaus mit unbrauchbaren Gegenständen überschwemmt wird.




In the near future, we'll be implementing several changes to the posting limits and fees related to the beta version of the Diablo III auction house. Here’s a quick summary of what’s in store:

Listing fee is being removed.Transaction fee is being increased to 1.25 Beta Bucks.Minimum listing price is being raised to 1.50 Beta Bucks.You will be limited to 10 active auctions per auction house.

With the removal of the listing fee, players will no longer need to worry about whether they’re going to run out of free listings for the week. In addition, introducing a limit on the number of active auctions means players won’t feel as though they should be trying to sell everything they find, potentially flooding the auction house with unwanted items. Under this new system, players will only pay an auction house fee if and when an item actually sells. This has the main advantage of allowing players to try to sell their items risk-free. In addition, because the transaction fee is already baked into the price when an item is listed (as part of the minimum listing price), it’s no longer possible to be in a situation where you don’t have enough Battle.net Balance to list an item, forcing you to have to charge up your Balance just to attempt a sale. We think this will be a much cleaner process for selling items and will ultimately lead to a better experience when using the currency-based auction house.

This new active-auction limit will also apply to the gold-based auction house. Because gold can be sold on the currency-based auction house, we need to ensure there are limitations on the gold auction house as well; otherwise, a player might be tempted to sell everything for gold and then sell that gold on the currency-based auction house, which isn’t supportive of the kind of thriving item-driven market we’re trying to foster. In addition, for the first time in the beta test, we're planning to have both the gold- and currency-based auction houses active at the same time when these changes go live. Of course, one of our main goals in making these changes to the beta is to test how they’ll work out, and we look forward to hearing your feedback once you have a chance to try them.

Quelle: Battle.net

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