Please Visit the Fair Practice Mission Policy for more details about how the prize is distributed.
Summary: normally only 1% of the players will win, but if you have never won in that Season (usually 10 weeks per Season) you just need to finish in the top 10%. This way people who don’t win get better odds of winning as time goes by.
1). We will keep a list of every player that has won a grand prize in a mission
2). The list will be wiped out every 10 weeks (number may change based on feedback). We will refer to this period as a Season.
3) If you have NOT won a grand prize through finishing in the top during a Season, then you are placed in pool A.
4) If you have won a grand prize through finishing in the top during a Season, then you are immediately placed in pool B.
5) For players in pool A, the number of grand prizes awarded in each mission will equal to 10% of the people who completed (everyone in both pools who got to the end including the people who lost) the prior week’s mission .
6) For players in pool B, the number of grand prizes awarded in each mission will equal to 1% of the people who completed (everyone in both pools who got to the end including the people who lost) the prior week’s mission.
The Devs are working on the new game… Recently there have been different problems/bugs with the new game (I’m one of the beta testers) and they worked hard to resolve them …
So maybe they won’t do online missions this week because they’re focused on working on the new game (fixing bugs and various things)
That was a little rude, don’t you think? All Xeon said is that the devs are busy, and they’ve already gave us a great game, so no big deal if it’s a little late. And we all make typos. That was really unneccesary to post, and rather hurtful.