The current Splinterlands season ends in under 24 hours and next season will introduce some big changes to the reward system.
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The Splinterlands team has decided (for good reasons) to adjust how rewards are handed out in our daily quests. To slow down the rate in which new Reward Cards are introduced in the game the new Reward system is going to introduce LOOT Chests.
"Loot chests" will contain reward cards in addition to other things such as DEC and potions. The exact contents of the chests will be randomly determined, and the higher your league, the higher level chest you will receive with proportionally more rewards inside.
New Rewards cards will still get introduced but with the addition of earning other stuff in our daily rewards the rate in which cards are introduced will be reduced. This is a positive as currently cards are being introduced at a rapid rate.
The contents of each loot chest will be randomly determined (based on unpredictable blockchain data, as always), the average total value of the items should be very similar to the average value of the reward cards you would have received previously.
We don't lose any value. The over all average USD worth of rewards you receive today in Novice/Bronze/Silver/Diamond and Champion doesn't change. What changes is what those rewards will be.
This change is scheduled to go into effect on Tuesday, February 4th, at around 9 am - 12 pm EST.
This is the last season in which anyone will get all Reward Cards in their season end rewards so hit those ranked matches to climb as high as you can in this seasons league rankings. To read the official announcement click on this highlighted area.
Current Season Standings At The Time Of Topic Creation
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Posted via Steemleo