The Shop hasn’t changed in three years. It’s getting a facelift today.
Action, Cool attitude and Danger packs give way to three brand new revolutionary packs which allow you to choose which clans you’ll get in the pack. In the Classic pack, you’ll find 3 characters within 6 clans at your choice. In the Elite pack you’ll get three cards too but within 4 clans only. The Titanium pack goes further with its 30 characters within 4 clans at your choice without any doubles in.
More change : three other new packs appeared which allow you to buy Clintz so you can do your shopping in the Market directly (2000, 4000 or 10000 Clintz).
New Blood, Full Deck and Rainbow packs didn’t change et you can still find them in the Shop.
I don't understand the pricing over titanium.
For 295 credits you get 30 cards including 4 rares and the choice of 4 clans.
With full decks you can get 6 packs for 300 credits giving 48 cards with 6 rares.
For the 30 cards in full decks you need 3.75 packs costing 187.5 credits
So for the privilege of choosing 4 clans and no doubles you pay an extra 107.5 credits.
Selling the extra cards you get will be a better deal virtually all of the time.
I can't be alone in thinking that titanium is 100 credits too expensive :/
As we said on the french forum. It depends on what you want. If you are a market player and a risk taker, you may prefer to get only Full Deck. But in the other hand, having a possibility to get only the clans you want, without any doubles, is worth it for a lot of people.
Plus hand picking your clans can restrains to the most valuables clans at the moment.
In the end, it's up to you, no one forces you to get Titanium if you don't want to
For someone who is just starting out, the Titanium pack looks like a killer deal. Why? No doubles across 30 cards, and constrained to 4 clans. Full deck may get you more raw cards and more rares, but getting enough to make good decks for 2-3 clans without getting 4 copies of Aldo (like I did in my first 4 Danger packs when starting out) seems like it may be worthwhile.
For investors, Titanium may still be a good deal. I need to crunch the numbers, but losing 2 rares and 18 total cards vs. full deck may not actually be a terrible thing, since you can select clans that outperform the market in general. You're wasting clintz picking FPC and Montana, but could do well with Ulu Watu, Skeelz, Jungo, Nightmare. I opened one for giggles and took in about 40k in cards, which is a higher clinet/credit value than I usually get from non-New Blood packs. Math may say it's still bad, but it's definitely not an abject failure.