Pet Simulator X players can now access a new feature called RAP, which stands for recent auction price. This feature was introduced by Preston, the founder of big games, to help players understand the current market price of items in the game, and make informed trading decisions.
Despite its usefulness, RAP has some flaws that players need to be aware of. For example, the recent auction prices displayed on RAP can be easily manipulated by players, leading to artificially inflated or deflated values for items. Additionally, RAP does not consider the long-term value or other aspects of trading for an item, which may not accurately reflect its true value. To make sure that you are using the most accurate values, use a Pet Simulator X values list.
Moreover, RAP has received negative feedback from players who claim that it only evaluates values for huge and titanic pets, leaving out non-huge and titanic pets, such as the OG Dominus Astra. This can be problematic for players who do not use value lists or are new to trading.
On the other hand, experienced traders can use RAP to their advantage and snag valuable pets at a discounted price due to a drop in value. However, players should be cautious of using this feature to exploit the market as it can ruin the gaming experience and potentially cause problems for the game’s development.
Therefore, it is advised to be aware of the flaws and advantages of RAP, and not entirely rely on it for trading. Players should also be cautious of techniques that artificially inflate or deflate the values of items and refrain from exploiting the feature for their benefit. By doing so, players can have a more enjoyable and fair gaming experience in Pet Simulator X.