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Diablo 2 Resurrected Items are Being Sold for Record Prices

Diablo 2 Resurrected items are offered for sale at prices of approximately 520 GBP on the item sales sites for the game. The interesting thing is that there are also buyers.

It’s been two days since Diablo 2 Resurrected came out. The production came with problems in a way we never expected from Blizzard. Again, the fans of the game are willing to wait in front of the computer for hours to enter the game. As with Diablo before, Diablo 2 Resurrected items have started to appear on sales sites.

Diablo 2 Resurrected items are being sold for record prices

Runeword, one of the most important features of the game, is created with the combination of some stones and items. The most valuable of these is the Jah Rune, which is also used to make Enigma armour. The G2G user named Dartexx, who found this stone, which is almost never seen in the game yet, has put the stone he found on the site for sale at a price of 521 Pounds.Diablo 2 Resurrected Items are Being Sold for Record Prices

Of course, it is worth mentioning that this is an experiment. In a few days, many runes named Jah will be found and the price will be very low. To address this in-game trade in Diablo 2, Blizzard made an experiment in Diablo 3 under the name of the auction house. However, it was unsuccessful and closed the service. It is not known whether this trading system, which is one of the biggest reasons for Diablo 2 to be played uninterruptedly by its fans for many years, will be blocked in D2R, but considering the company’s mistakes in the recent period, it is not clear whether it will squeeze its own leg.

Still, D2R items seem to be very beneficial to people at this stage. If you haven’t got the game yet, you can buy it and try your luck in the in-game trade. Who knows, you can also earn a lot of money thanks to Diablo 2 Resurrected items. We also recommend checking out our D2R quick levelling guide.

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