Auction house users on Diablo III don't have much longer to retrieve gold and real-money resulting from their transactions. The in-game auction house will be gone for good tomorrow, Blizzard has reminded players.
While Blizzard had shut down auction house functionality in March this year, players were still able to retrieve unclaimed items or gold from the "Completed" tab in-game. That is, until the auction house window is removed from game for good.
Players who wish to pick up their unclaimed earnings can do so in-game by clicking on the standard gavel icon and selecting one of the two auction houses, gold or real-money, followed by accessing the Completed tab. Up to 50 items can be displayed at once in the Completed tab, with remaining items stored in the "backlog". Backlog items will resurface as space is made by the player.
Blizzard recently announced at the Sony E3 press conference new enemies from The Last of Us in a PS4- and PS3-exclusive Diablo III dungeon. Including the base game and the Reaper of Souls expansion, Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition will launch on August 19 for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.