Diablo 3's real-money Auction House is being targeted for a June 12 launch.
That's according to an in-game notification that's apparently been offering the new ETA since last night.
The real cash Auction House feature was initially expected to launch on May 22, and then May 29 before being delayed once again to an unspecified date outside of May.
"In light of the post-launch obstacles we've encountered, we have made the decision to move the launch of the real-money auction house beyond the previously estimated May time frame," Blizzard said at the time of the most recent delay.
Users also reported post-update server issues, with the dreaded Error 33 - among others - making a most unwelcome return. But according to the latest updates these issues appear to be resolving, and happiness is slowly returning to Diablo-land.