There may well be more divisive topics in gaming right now than microtransactions — I mean, give it five minutes, I’m sure something will come up — but it’s clear that nothing is as perennial a source of gamer discontent than they are. So view this as a bit of a bad news/good news situation. In an interview between Diablo 4 lead designer Joe Shely and Twitch streamer Quin69, the topic of microtransactions was brought up, and Shely confirmed that Diablo 4 will have them.

  1. Real Money Auction House Games
  2. Games With Real Money Auction House 2019 Download
  3. Games With Real Money Auction House 2019 Download
  4. Games With Real Money Auction House

The real-money auction house doesn’t appear to be making a return in Diablo 4 By Stephany Nunneley 2 November 2019 15:14 GMT The real-money auction house apparently won’t be making a return in.

That’s the bad news for people who hate them, but the good news is that they’ll be cosmetic only. You won’t be able to buy functional weapons, armor, or other power ups, just new looks for your character. If you want to get stronger in Diablo 4, you’ll need to play the game — microtransactions aren’t a “pay to win” system.

One of my favorite games of 2018/2019 was Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, but as much as I loved that game, microtransactions were everywhere. They ranged from acceptable — cosmetic extras like mount skins and boat looks — to the undesirable, in which you could spend cash to boost your gameplay. You could buy in-game weapons and armor that were, in some cases, better than what you could get in game, or you could pay for crafting resources or in-game currency, as well as buying XP boosts and other advantages.

But Diablo 4’s microtransaction system — for the little we know about it so far — seems pretty similar World of Warcraft’s. you can buy pets and mounts for money (or in-game gold via the WoW Token) but you can’t buy weapons or skills or anything like that. Exactly what kind of cosmetic options you’ll be able to buy in Diablo 4 is unknown at this point. But I think it’s a decent compromise in our microtransaction-filled gaming world.

Paying to look cool

Diablo 4 isn’t going to have any of ACO’s problematic microtransactions, and I think that’s where Blizzard is smarter than Ubisoft. As much as I loved Odyssey, I found the idea of being able to buy an XP bonus unpalatable. Keeping microtransactions cosmetic means that you’re not making anyone feel like they have to spend real life money to actually play your game. Plus, with character agency and customization such a big part of Diablo 4, making some skins available through microtransactions feeds into that because it allows even more customization options.

Plus, and I know this is the greedy money grubbing side of the industry, Diablo 3 ended up having nothing that generated revenue past the launch of the expansion and the Necromancer add-on — and that probably helped lead to it being scaled back and not getting a third expansion. Having a means to generate revenue after launch that’s not the Real Money Auction House seems like a pretty solid idea from my perspective. At any rate, we know that whether you love or hate microtransactions, Diablo 4 is going to have them, but at least they’re not going to be paying for an advantage in playing the game.

Blizzard Watch is made possible by people like you.
Please consider supporting our Patreon!

The second week of Auction House in Ragnarok M Eternal Love is so intense that sold this auctioned item Key of Heaven for a whopping 3.2 million pesos or 360,000 BCC! During the last minute of the bidding, only 2 bidders from China and Indonesia are exchanging bids, players in the world chat are going crazy over the bidding; some are cheering for the bidders, and some are salty for the insane amount of money these bidders are wasting into. Yet, one bidder went for the highest bid and it was the same person who bought last week Ghostring Card, its MambaaElChap of Indonesia.

The other item Golden Thief Bug Card was also sold for almost 1 million pesos or 110,956 BCC. It was sold to Pupushii of EN12.

Here are all of the item sold in Auction this week:

  • Clock Tower Manager Card sold for 5,136 BCC to rsnick (TH155)
  • Golden Thief Bug Card sold for 110,956 BCC to Pupushii (EN12)
  • Deviling Card sold for 19,633 BCC to Trisakti (EN9)
  • Goblin Leader Card sold for 59,035 BCC to 洛雨 (CN1)
  • Maya Card sold for 22,528 BCC to YOUEX8 (TH83)
  • Kobold Leader Card sold for 69,896 BCC to Winzza (ID43)
  • Mistress Card sold for 8,176 BCC to Selvaria (ID32)
  • Moonlight Flower Card sold for 92,880 BCC to 洛雨 (CN1)
  • Eddga Card sold for 82,861 BCC to Winzza (ID43)
  • Key of Heaven sold for 360,000 BCC to MambaaElChap (ID1)

A total sum of 831,101 BCC or 7,367,916 PHP for this week’s auction in Ragnarok M Eternal Love (SEA).

The computation use to convert BCC to PHP is based from the best discounted price listed at (PHP 5,000 = 564 BCC).

You may also watch the actual auction during the Key of Heaven.

Games with real money auction house 2019 download

What are these Auctioned Items?

Real Money Auction House Games

For those who are new or don’t know what Ragnarok Auction is, the item sold on the auction are all digital items. It can only be used in the game and not tradeable with real money, it is used to boost their character’s stats. Most of the item sold in the auction are end-game items where it is useful for the upcoming War of Emperium where different guilds fight to each other to be a champion.

Games With Real Money Auction House 2019 Download

However, the Key of Heaven is a cosmetic item which is similar to Peco-Peco with one unique ability, mountable to any job class in the game.

Games With Real Money Auction House 2019 Download

What do you think of this auction? Is it worth the money? Let us know in the comment section!

Games With Real Money Auction House

Who is MambaaElChap

He is from Indonesia and a leader of the guild VoltZ, he is well known as Mambaa in the classic game, Ragnarok Online. In their guild’s Instagram post, they’ve posted a groupie pic together with their guild members celebrating the winning moments of MambaaElChap.