Amazon Games clearly wanted players to integrate and work together in its brand new MMO, New World—so much so, that it impacted how to sell items.
New World's economy is made entirely by players, for players, with individuals setting the prices and determining the supply and demand for certain items based on their willingness to collect and craft important items. While potentially exciting to some, others who are used to dumping their items at a merchant and carrying on may be a bit confused.
Here's where you need to go to sell your items.
Where to Sell Items in New World
Players will be selling most of their items at the Trading Post—similar to the Auction House in Blizzard's long-running MMO, World of Warcraft. There is a Trading Post in every settlement and it is most commonly located in the center of the town. Here, players can post orders to buy a certain amount of items or offer up items to sell.
If that's a bit too impersonal, players are welcome to directly advertise and trade their goods with others.
There's no guarantee anyone will make money off this endeavor, however. What one player collects or crafts may not always be in demand, leaving empty pockets and full inventories. Fortunately, in the event one can't find a buyer for their items, there is another option: salvage.
Players can choose to salvage parts and gear they no longer need or are "out of fashion." This won't earn the level of gains available at the Trading Post, of course, but can be a steady substitute in a pinch.
Amazon Games' New World is available on PC right now.