Blizzard has posted an update regarding the Real-Money Auction House for its recently launched Diablo 3 role playing dungeon crawler, confirming that it's now set to go live on Wednesday, May 30, instead of the previously announced May 22 date.
One of Diablo 3's most controversial features, besides the mandatory online connection, is its Real-Money Auction House (RMAH), which allows players to sell their in-game loot for actual real-world money.
The system isn't available in the current version of the game and it seemed that players would have to wait a bit more before exchanging gear for cash, as Blizzard pushed back the feature
from its May 22 release date.
Now, the studio has confirmed a new launch date for the Real-Money Auction House, which will go live on Wednesday, May 30.
Bear in mind that this is still an estimate, according to Blizzard, but you should start preparing your most desirable loot for when the feature is launched at the end of the month.