Korean Game Rating Board gives Diablo III a rating, can be released in South Korea

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 13 January 2012 19:55 GMT

South Korea has finally given Diablo III a rating, which will see the game release in the country, rated for those 18-and-up. The RPG’s certification was put on hold earlier in the month, due to concerns raised by the Korean Game Rating Board over the title’s auction house feature. However, in order to get the game passed in the country, Blizzard has to removed the RMT auction house for the Korean version. Still no date, but this is still good news for South Korean gamers. Thanks, Shack.

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