The World of Warcraft site has been updated with a pair of newsy news items. In the first, devs detail a number of changes coming to the item listing process on the WoW Auction House. In the second, an exploit that allowed players to “farm” quests repeatedly to gain Exalted reputations has been identified and hotfixed. Players who took advantage of the exploit will be punished, though no word has come down yet on what that punishment will be. Since the launch of Battle for Azeroth, players have complained about how laggy the interface has been as it culls through available items for sale. Much of this has been caused by thousands of listings of single items, particularly trade goods. “One thing we’ve identified as particularly troublesome is a large volume of trade skill materials being auctioned off in stacks of 1.” the post reads. At issue is the fact that the listing price is currently very low per item listed. That will, however, be changing. The price to list items will go up. So, whether a player is listing a single item or a “stack” of 200, the price to list remains the same, though obviously more punishing on… Read full this story
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