Without offline mode, in-game auction house supporting real money, the recent unveiled news is trying to tell us Diablo 3 more like a MMO.
From the current info, Blizzard Entertainment will abandon the traditional offline mode on Diablo 3, and let the highly expected RPG game fully support Battle.net 2.0. This means without the Internet, without the joy of Diablo 3. Fortunately, there is an enormous story line that is waiting for us to explore although it needs to occupy your bandwidth.
The new in-game auction house system will support both deals via virtual game gold and real money, therefore, you can earn real money through successfully auctioning rare items. Maybe we will see lots of farmers in the cursed world, but apparently it’s much better than directly selling items like many freemium MMO’s. Anyway, Diablo 3 is still worth anticipating. After the break, check out the video preview of Diablo 3 Beta.