Sorare Introduces Instant Buy Feature for Limited Cards
The feature is available on mobile and web; and the price will not be less that the average values of cards in the market.
Sorare has introduced the "Instant Buy" feature. Rare Football Managers now have a powerful new tool at their disposal. This feature makes it easier for players to acquire Limited Cards on mobile and web platforms.
How to Access the Feature
With this update, players will have another way to get the highly sought-after first-level scarcity cards. They will also take part in more difficult competitions with bigger payouts.
The Sorare Marketplace will have a facelift with the Instant Buy feature. This which makes it possible to buy freshly minted Limited Cards right away at set prices. This feature, which can be accessed via the Instant Buy tab, complements other strategies like Manager Sales and Auctions. The feature is now accessible on the Sorare iOS app, which is a big step forward for the platform.
The price of Limited Cards in the Instant Buy section will not be less than the estimated value of comparable cards in the Sales markets. This is to protect the fairness of the market and maintain card valuation standards. Additionally, cards purchased on iOS through Instant Buy are subject to a temporary restriction. This restriction forbids their trade or resale for 14 days following the original purchase.
The Feature will be on Mobile and App
Sorare is still dedicated to keeping a careful eye on customer input and Instant Buy functionality performance. This is to improve the initial purchase experience, onboarding procedure, and scouting activities. The platform is investigating other avenues of entry to present the option at distinct phases of the game.
Plans are in place for the feature to be on Sorare NBA and Sorare: MLB after it rolls out on the Sorare Football iOS app and web platform. The development team is also hard at work bringing this functionality to Android users.
By adding this big piece, Sorare is improving the mobile gaming experience. Overall, which fits in with its larger plan for user engagement and platform optimization.