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  • New World players reported an error that prevented them from earning New World Gold after selling in-game items while offline. A new post recently published on the New World forum found that many MMO players were discussing a newly discovered bug that prevented them from earning New World Coins from the in-game auction house after logging out.

    A player named Nunchaki shared this issue, saying that when another player is online, there is no problem buying their items from the auction house, and they have no problem receiving New World Gold. However, Nunchaki tested it again and instead quit the game completely. When they logged in again, they found their items had been sold, but they did not receive RPG New World Coins.

    He said that yesterday he withdrew from the game at around 6:30 PM Central European Time. The number of gold coins he withdrew was over 100%. He has placed 900 infused silks for the sale of 3.85 and 3.90 New World Coins. The total value at the time of sale is only 3.5k New World Gold. Nunchaki also explained that this is equivalent to the total value of 3.5k gold, which was apparently sold overnight when they were offline, and after logging in again the next day, they received the “housing compensation message” but did not receive it to New World Coins Buy.

    In a forum post, several other players reported the same problem, claiming that they also sold the item, cancelled it, and did not receive Amazon New World Coins after the sale. A player also said that he had this problem. After selling 3k items, he got nothing after receiving compensation from the house. Amazon Game Studios has not resolved this error, but it seems to have caused a lot of trouble for New World players and the game economy. So when players lack New World Coins, the most reliable way is to buy New World Coins at IGGM.