Some adventurers had discovered a way to add trillions of gold

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It may have been an unfortunate turn of events, but the exploit discovered in Diablo 3 Some time ago that allowed players to add a new, unearned chunk of cash to their existing funds has actually lead to some good. Although some players will be banned for attempting to break the game’s solid economy,85% of the illicit diablo 3 has been recovered, and all proceeds from auctions conducted by now-banned or suspended players has been given to charity.

The problem started after the official launch of the 1.0.8. patch, which had been tested for quite some time. Some adventurers had discovered a way to add trillions of diablo 3 gold to their total through an auction-house oversight, and while the developers solved the problem in a short period of time, the real-money features of the game were left offline for a few days.

The bug has now been fixed and gold trading is once again possible, according to Production Director John Hight in the accompanying forum post, which goes on to explain exactly what happened with the bug, and how Blizzard have responded over the last few days

“The vast majority of players did not participate in the exploit and we didn’t like the idea of punishing them for the bad behavior of a few people. A rollback would mean bringing the servers down for a lengthy period and a loss of all progression since 1.0.8 was released. Many players made significant accomplishments in the game that required time and dedication, and we felt it was worth the work involved to try to preserve these efforts and go after the exploiters instead.

“With this in mind, we elected not to roll back the servers in The Americas and are instead working to remove duplicated gold from the economy through targeted audits and account actions (as indicated above) without taking away progress that our players rightfully earned.

However, everything is resolved now, and Blizzard has managed to identify 415 players who took advantage of the gold exploit. The company will decide whether to ban them or give them access to their account on a case-by-case basis.

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"Many people bought and sold items and gold on the Auction House on Tuesday. We're making sure that all legitimate transactions go through," Blizzard said. "This means that if your account was not involved in the exploit, you will get to keep your items and gold, as well as any money you received from sales on the real-money Auction House.”