Of course i am considering the 6 weekly quests.Thats only because the weekly quests gave you 6 levels right away, see how far you get in the next 5 days without those, or in a month when there will be no speed-mode seasonal.
You are not a 'free' player when you already paid for the Journey, now in contrast to the first Journey, you can no longer have the full Journey cosmetics in the second Journey unless you grind like crazy for 3 months, or pay $70 extra in comparison to the first Journey to get those extra 70+ levels.So, if a free player doesnt pay to have others boards, as exemple, why with others extra cosmetic is diferent?
You are not a 'free' player when you already paid for the Journey, now in contrast to the first Journey, you can no longer have the full Journey cosmetics in the second Journey unless you grind like crazy for 3 months, or pay $70 extra in comparison to the first Journey to get those extra 70+ levels.
As said before what was the problem with making the 100+ level rewards confined to reward points that would not negatively affect people who don't feel like grinding a game hours each day, even when they already paid for the Journey.
Would love to know what @SlamaTwoFlags take on this is, and whether perhaps it might be tweaked a bit so people who can't grind 160+ levels don't get penalized by missing parts of the Journey cosmetics.
If those cosmetics are to be harder to grind for at least don't time limit them and change the quests to play X number of games with Ciri, that way its not time limited by the Journey's 3 months time frame.
IMO it is irrelevant how many cosmetics you get; what is relevant is that in the last Journey you got a full set of Geralt cosmetics; in this Journey you only get part of the Ciri cosmetics for 100 levels, and the rest and some of the best looking ones (imo) are in the above 100 levels that require a lot more play to the point of endless Grinding if you want a full set of Ciri Journey cosmetics, same way you got a full set of Geralt Journey cosmetics in the last Journey.but your error is to compare with the last journey only the price, and no the prizes.
As your exemple, last journey you paid 70 to get 25 cosmetics (i am saying a random number, i dunno the exactly number).
In this journey you pay 70 to get 25 cosmetics.
If you whant more cosmetics you can 1 - pay more or 2 - play more.
But, i agree with you maybe level 175 is too right, maybe devs can drop to level 150
If you remember the old reward system before the journeys (6/12/24 rounds) than u'll see that 16 rounds per day is a bit less than reaching tier 2 daily reward which demanded 18 rounds. I realise that it might be to grindy for some but than again nobody is forcing a player to get to 175, you get your rewards according to the effort&time you want to invest. Also the arena runs are counting the rounds now unlike in the old reward system when you got only exp from the arena, so you can vary between ladder/seasonal/arena if you get bored by one type of matches.Conclusion: If somebody wants 175 levels without more $$$ then he/she needs to win 16 rounds/day.
I didn't see the option to buy the Cyberpunk 2077 start zone for 10 euros and get the rest for free just by playing.Cyberpunk costs 60€, but full Gwent season pass costs 100€?
I am kinda lost. To be fair I have been playing much less gwent lately. I cannot see past level 100. I am currently on level 3. How are people seeing level 101-175? Is there a link that shows the specific plans for levels over 100? How many of the cosmetics are available for f2p Journey above level 100?
So is this based on contracts only? I haven’t checked the new ones yet. Also, to get to her journey don’t you need to be premium. F2P only get Vesemir’s Journey.
Thank you very much for this very useful information.