After few months of existence the solo mode gets a new, clearer look, allowing better access to a large number of challenges.From now on the challenges are grouped in packs of 14. As before, each challenge has its associated mission, and furthermore each pack is associated to a special mission requiring to win all the medals in the pack.The existing challenges are now regrouped in two packs : Promising Exploits includes the first 14 decks, while Assault Course regroups the 14 next and more difficult challenges.On the same occasion we introduce 2 additional packs. Each pack can be unlocked for 20 credits and offers not only 14 new motivating challenges but also missions allowing you to earn more than 2000 Clintz and other rewards, while having fun.In Omega Team you will face the new original challenges of Cheng and Lydia Omega, while Sworn enemies will lead you into the heart of the struggle between Lord Ruthven and Sir Mac Gregor.Don’t wait any longer to discover these new challenges!
@ Orpheus "Hello,
Post 22 we're on the typos (the wrong names were due to last minute changes in the decks, thank you for pointing them out).
As for the "french titles", if you find some others please point it out, but know that "Théâtre des Vampires" is totally made on purpose, as it was the name of the Vampire Lestat's theatre troupe, written in french in the original text. We chose not to translate it, to keep the flavour of the book. So, yeah, we're geeks, what's new ?"
I think he meant the descriptions. In the mission "Ambre gets Sporty", the entire description is in French, and I'm playing in the English site.
On the topic, I have no problem with the cost, I'm not Lucky with cards packs anyway.
This is extremely disappointing. i paid the 20 credit to unlock the mission and only got around 1500 clintz after finishing all the missions - not really challenging either. really lame to pay credits to play mission. i could have used the credits to purchase card packs instead. really a bad deal!
missions are not worth the credits (in payout).
i will quit playing urban rivals if they start charging to play the game - missions should be included as part of the game and shouldn't have to be premium.
I don't see what the complaints are about. Every aspect of Urban Rivals is free to participate in. Credits are given away all the time: weekly in elo (provided you win more than you lose), every other hour in tournaments (provided you make the top third), as well as rewards for missions. Sure there are provisions in place, but there's nothing underhanded or unfair about providing alternative aspects to the game for credits that may also require a little patience. If you're in a hurry, fork out the cash; I doubt it will change anytime soon however, so you likely have plenty of time to save up if you prefer, or just keep collecting cards.