Fourteen days Players who bought one of save the worldThe randomized Loot Llamas receive 1000 V-Bucks, developer Epic announced today. The move is under a preliminary class action lawsuit regarding loot boxes.
“Whether or not you were a fan of random pouch sama, we are giving away 1,000 V-Bucks to anyone who purchases a random pouch sama with preliminary approval for a class action lawsuit,” Epic wrote. “While this deal was only for US players, we decided to bring this benefit to players around the world. No need to do anything, and you should be getting your V-Bucks in the next few days. “
The move is in response to a class action lawsuit in the North Carolina Supreme Court that has not yet been officially resolved. The edge reported. The edge writes that “The proposed settlement also offers up to $ 26.4 million in additional cash and other benefits for the Fourteen days and Missile league Players “who feel they have suffered additional legal damage from the games’ loot boxes. Eligible players include minors in California who bought loot boxes with their own money, as well as Americans Fourteen days or Missile league Player in the broader sense. In either case, players may be eligible for up to $ 50 or their own Missile league or Fourteen days Currency equivalents. Players can learn more about their options under a Local class action linked in Epic’s announcement.
Epic has changed save the worldLoot Llamas early 2019and make their content visible before buying, rather than forcing players to buy it without knowing what’s inside. In August of that year, Psyonix announced one similar change to Missile league‘s loot boxes that it Approved Late 2019. All of this was part of one Expand conversation about the mechanics of loot boxes that aroused anger Star Wars Battlefront IIBoxes, company reveal Loot box oddsand the ESRB finally adds a rating for games with in-game purchases. Some lawmakers added laws that would class loot boxes as gambling. Similar discussions took place in Belgium, Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
“We stopped offering random loot boxes like Fourteen days Prey llamas and Missile league Kisten because we found that some players were repeatedly disappointed by not receiving the random items they were hoping for, ”said Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic The edge. “Players should know in advance what they are paying for when they shop in-game.”