After a lengthy wait, Blizzard has finally launched the Real-Money Auction House feature for Diablo 3 in Europe, allowing players to sell their in-game loot for real-life cash.
Diablo III has been launched for over a month and, after multiple delays, Blizzard is finally rolling out the Real-Money Auction House (RMAH) into the game’s various territories.
After going live in the Americas
, the feature is now available in Europe starting today.
As such, players who are over 18 can now sell different types of loot, from armor to weapons and accessories, for real-life cash, not just in-game gold.
Bear in mind that you still need to set up your payment options and different security systems before you can actually buy or sell items on the RMAH.
What’s more, Blizzard has yet to allow commodities like gems, gold or crafting materials to be traded for money, so you’ll still have to trade them for in-game gold via the regular Auction House.