World of Warcraft’s recent announcement that it is bringing back its old auction house has a number of WoW players concerned, especially those who have been playing since the beginning. The limited slots available for each realm and potential problems with player behavior are some of the concerns raised by this decision.
The New World servers returned from maintenance late yesterday night with a tiny fix that allows money to flow once again.
“With the exception of house decorating goods, which are designated non-tradeable temporarily,” Amazon noted, “wealth transfers will be re-enabled,” and “‘Immobilized’ players will again respawn correctly.” […] You may anticipate reimbursement with our forthcoming November Monthly release for firms whose settlements were lowered owing to wealth transfers being blocked.”
The exemption for house decorating items has been clarified by Amazon.
“Players will be able to salvage house decorations, put them in storage by picking up the furniture after it has been set, and buy housing decorations through an existing Trading Post contract.”
“Players will be unable to: • Place housing decoration purchase orders on the trading post • Trade housing decorations with another player • Place housing decorations straight into the storage • Drop housing decorations on the floor • Enter housing decoration construction mode.”
“Please be careful while making or purchasing dwelling things to avoid being overburdened.”
Players, on the other hand, have raised the alarm about what seems to be yet another new dupe (or potentially two) involving canceled deals and crafts. So, it’s just another day in New World, as they say.