Its true, Diablo 3 unveiled an auction system for selling in-game items for real-world currency.Also Diablo 3 requires a constant internet connection to play – there’s no offline mode at all.Players can sell the equipment — like swords and armor — they find from monsters they kill in the game for either in-game currency or for real-world currencies like U.S. dollars. The whole process is automated and happens through an in-game interface rather than a third-party marketplace. Blizzard Entertainment will take a small transaction fee from the seller for the deal, similar to how Facebook and Apple handle transactions through apps or Facebook credits.
Diablo 3 is one of the most anticipated titles of the year. The last Diablo game came out in 2000 and still boasts a big player base. It’s nothing compared to Blizzard Entertainment’s most popular online role-playing game, World of Warcraft, which has around 11.4 million subscribers.
Source : blizzard