Players that want to start fresh with their Steam Account can make money while doing so. This is especially true for those that have Left 4 Dead 2 in their account.
How Players Sell a L4D2 Account
Players that sell L4D2 Account cater to a specific set of players. First are the new players that already want to have the unlockables – stickers and profile backgrounds – right away and without much hassle. The second are those that want to start anew for some reason.
When a player decides that they want to sell their account, all they do is find a player-to-player trading site, create an offer for their account, and then wait for a buyer to take an interest. Once they have found a buyer, all they have to do is send the details through the platform, who will deliver it to the buyer, and then wait to receive their end of the deal.
How Gamers Set a Price on L4D2 Account
Sellers have the freedom to set any price they want. At the same time, they do their best to stick to measurable metrics when doing so to ensure that buyers will take an interest in their account and that they’ll be able to close a sale. For an L4D2 Account, this would be the following:
- Number of achievements
- Number of stickers
- Number of posters
- Presence of L4D1 in the library
- Number and price of other games in the library
The more of these items are in account, the likelier it is for other players to think that a high price tag is justified. Do note, however, that there will also be many buyers that prefer a basic L4D2 Account with only the game and no other games in it, as they are not interested in playing them, or have their own Steam accounts.
At the end of the day, it’s up to the sellers whether they will sell a basic L4D2 Account or a Steam account with L4D2 as well as much content. The former, however, is more recommended.
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