In New World, you will not find an NPC who will buy items from you. All trading takes place between players. On this page of the guide, we suggest where you can put things for sale. We also mention the option of dismantling items to obtain small amounts of gold.
Selling in Trading Posts
Trading takes place in a special place called Trading Post - you'll find a place like this in every settlement. Trading Posts are indicated by a scale icon on the map.
In the Trading Post menu, you will see items put up for sale by other players. Here you can also make your own offers. All items can be put up for sale - as long as they are not damaged.
When creating an offer, you determine the price of the item (it is also necessary to pay a tax to a particular settlement), the number of items, as well as the amount of time for which the offer will be visible. If any player decides to pay for your offer, the gold will go to your equipment.
Just like Storage Sheds, Trading Posts are independent of each other. This means that items put up for sale in one settlement are not visible in the other.
You can also destroy items in your inventory by clicking on Salvage. This gives you a small amount of crafting materials and gold, so it is recommended only for low-value items that will not be bought by other players.