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.
@ Admins in general i agree with SOS_Dichdude completely
and the option for buying clints directly is, i think a minor option in the rearrangement of the in app purchases so i wouldnt mind that too much i sure hope as i almost buy everything in the app that i can hit Ttitanium soon there
Overall very good choices from UR in this upgrade of the shop and the clan selection is really nice
not in the least for getting better shots at new blood cards in the normal packs
as for some reason i cannot seem to lay my hand on the new cards through new blood mostly
but do get them in the normal packs
As i always say and now also in the open hooray for boobies , uhm i mean. UR Hooray for UR !!!
@1mannARMEE - If the new shop is popular enough, the higher influx of cards should meet the market's demand. Cards from packs were always an infinite resource, but the rate at which packs are purchased is the largest factor to supply (ignoring missions, lottery, ELO, and staff contests in which fresh cards are also introduced but at a negligible level).
Clintz are also infinite and, as a currency, dictate the market price, supply, and demand (who will be buying one Draheera or one hundred). The supply, demand, and market price should stabilize if this proportion is larger but still equal. Plus, the big 5% tax will constantly filter Clintz from the system. Even if there is inflation (and probably for only the high demand cards), it should be bearable.
Besides, the Clintz packages will not be too popular with the generation of 3-card-pack purchasers and gamblers (less Clintz introduced with more cards introduced = lower market prices) The Nightmare prices are already decreasing!
Cool update! I didn't think that my window shopping could be more entertaining