What's the limit of numbers of items in the workshop?


#1

Just a thought. Assume I had nothing at hand. If I bought 1000 boxes with credit consecutively, which should be 3000-4000 items in total, would some of them them be lost? Does the game warn players not to make a purchase to prevent this? If 1000 is OK, then how about 10000? 100000?


#2

That is a smart question there. A while back when I was doing the BOOSTING 1000 items campaign, I notice that it appeared that more and more items appeared in my shop as I was boosting more and more. It’s like they were in my shop, yet not there to use until I eliminate more and more. Also, I do have over 1000 modules that I know for sure. I liked the old shop, it tell you how many items you have. Now, it’s like the game is getting downgraded in certain aspects rather than upgraded.


#3

Wow, you counted your modules 20 by 20? That’s really a challenge to me.

BTW, when you tried to finish the campaign, did you receive any dark orange items from the blue item boxes?


#4

After opening 750 boxes I had tons of material. I didn’t counted and can’t say if some were missing, but I don’t think so. My computer was getting really slow while browsing the workshop until I burnt all the trash.
I can’t tell you about 10000 or 100000 items. In my opinion you wouldn’t loose any items but the access to workshop would become a nightmare.
My 2 cents.


#5

Among the 750 boxes, did you receive any M-level things?


#6

There is no limit. But will be lags. And over time, you will not be able come to workshop.


#7

Yes. I did receive some M-level material. The first time I bought 750 box I got lucky to get 5 Mythicals ! But the second time I did this I got only 3 mythicals over 750 boxes, and the third time, only 2 mythical over 1000 boxes.
I’d say 0.3% chance of mythical per box, or 0.1% chance by card. But you know… Statistics…


#8

I have over 5k, i think there is no limit. :smiley:


#9

I like your new profile image


#10

Thx :slight_smile:



#11

If you got 10 in 2,500 boxes then the probability is definitely 0.4% instead of 0.3%. Since it’s tested in a huge amount of samples, this number should be quite stable.

Thanks after all.