Diablo 3 Beta: Stapelbare Items im Auktionshaus jetzt testbar!

von Norbert Raetz, Dienstag, 22.11.2011, 16:55 Uhr

Wie Blizzard im offiziellen Forum mitteilte, stehen in der Diablo WikiDiablo 3 Beta ab sofort die stapelbaren Gegenstände im Auktionshaus zur Verfügung, und Feedback der Tester ist erwünscht. Als erster Typ stapelbarer Items halten die von Handwerkern benötigten
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Stapelbare Items im Auktionshaus


Nachfolgend das Posting von CM Lylirra:

As of the latest patch, stackable items can now be bought and sold on the gold Auction House. We're introducing crafting materials as the first stackable item, which includes Common Scraps, Subtle Essence, Fallen Teeth, and Petrified Bark. In the future, players will be able to trade a variety of stackable items including dyes, books, and gems.

So, what makes stackable items different?

In terms of the Auction House, stackable items are designed to make your life easier when it comes to buying or selling in bulk. Rather than having to hunt through pages of listings yourself to find the best-priced stack, you can instead select the stackable item type you're looking for, type in the amount of the item you want, and then buy that amount for the lowest price currently available to the market. This may mean that you're buying from multiple sellers at many different price points, and the Auction House will manage all of those individual purchases for you automatically.

Similarly, you can use the Auction House to quickly place your stackable items up for sale. Simply choose the amount you'd like to sell, type in the sale price for an individual item, and your auction is ready to go. Since the Auction House manages how others will purchase your items, there's no need to separate your items into smaller stacks or list them individually.

In part, this system in general is meant to mimic commodities in the real world. You buy generic goods, from many people, and the price of the units adapt over time as supply and demand change. To provide an example, let's say you want 50 Common Scraps. Based on a hypothetical market, you could end up buying:

  • 25 Common Scraps for 0.45 apiece from Bob

  • 15 Common Scraps for 0.46 apiece from Steve

  • And 10 Common Scraps for 0.55 apiece from George


The Auction House will make each of these individual purchases for you based on your original order.

It's important to note that you will always buy all of the stackable items listed at the lowest available price first before moving on to the more expensive ones. Also, before you buy, you will be presented with an "invoice" for your order which includes the amount and price of each item before you make your purchase. So, in this example, if there are 50 Common Scraps available at 0.45 apiece, you would be presented with an invoice showing you that you're buying 50 at that price point, as well as a dialogue box to confirm the total purchase for 22.50.

We encourage you to test out this new system at your convenience and then let us know what you think! For general feedback, go ahead and drop us a line here or in the Beta Feedback forum. For issues using the Auction House or buying/selling stackable items, please post in the Beta Bug Report forum.



To learn what other changes have been made in beta patch 6, check out the full notes here: http://us.battle.net/d3/en/forum/topic/3123246179. — Quelle

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