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Blizzard has released patch 1.0.3b for Diablo III, bringing commodities such as Gems and Dyes to the Real-Money Auction House.

The patch allows players to sell Gems, Dyes, Crafting materials, Blacksmith Plans, Jeweler Designs, and Pages of Training on the RMAH. Players are still unable to sell gold via the RMAH, however, Blizzard has stated that it is working on a system to make this possible. 1.0.3b also fixes several bugs in the game. The full patch notes:

Auction House

General

The following commodities are now available for trading in the real-money auction house (gold commodity trading is coming soon):

  • Gems
  • Dyes
  • Crafting materials
  • Blacksmithing Plans and Jeweler Designs
  • Pages of Training

Bug Fixes

The “Bid” and “Buyout” buttons will now be correctly grayed-out in the confirmation window when attempting to purchase an item with insufficient gold

Bug Fixes

General

  • Fixed a bug where leaving a heavily-populated General chat channel would prevent players from rejoining any General chat channel until they logged out and logged back in
  • Fixed several tooltip-related bugs that were occurring when viewing items with 2 or more sockets in the auction house and profile pages
  • Fixed a rare crash with tutorials on item pickup

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Diablo III Patch 1.0.3b Now Live–Adds Commodities to RMAH

Blizzard has released patch 1.0.3b for Diablo III, bringing commodities such as Gems and Dyes to the Real-Money Auction House.

By Matthew Bennett | 07/11/2012 06:26 AM PT

News

Blizzard has released patch 1.0.3b for Diablo III, bringing commodities such as Gems and Dyes to the Real-Money Auction House.

The patch allows players to sell Gems, Dyes, Crafting materials, Blacksmith Plans, Jeweler Designs, and Pages of Training on the RMAH. Players are still unable to sell gold via the RMAH, however, Blizzard has stated that it is working on a system to make this possible. 1.0.3b also fixes several bugs in the game. The full patch notes:

Auction House

General

The following commodities are now available for trading in the real-money auction house (gold commodity trading is coming soon):

  • Gems
  • Dyes
  • Crafting materials
  • Blacksmithing Plans and Jeweler Designs
  • Pages of Training

Bug Fixes

The “Bid” and “Buyout” buttons will now be correctly grayed-out in the confirmation window when attempting to purchase an item with insufficient gold

Bug Fixes

General

  • Fixed a bug where leaving a heavily-populated General chat channel would prevent players from rejoining any General chat channel until they logged out and logged back in
  • Fixed several tooltip-related bugs that were occurring when viewing items with 2 or more sockets in the auction house and profile pages
  • Fixed a rare crash with tutorials on item pickup

Do any other issues need addressing?

0   POINTS
0   POINTS



About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89