Additionally, the player gets:
- Cabin “Pilgrim” of special rarity;
- “Small track” of epic rarity (2 pcs.);
- “Hardened track” of epic rarity, (2 pcs.);
- Increases the maximum number of parts used to 62.
Triad: The Keeper
The appearance of a permanent Syndicate outpost in the Valley was only a matter of time. The “Dragons” habitually occupied several business centers, which soon shined with neon lights. And soon the Survivors heard rumours about the keeper of newly developed places — Munmu. Ruthless and rarely participating in any negotiations, he quickly demonstrated to local raiders that those who challenge the Syndicate do not live long.
The unique armoured cars presented in packs are known for their particular balance of weapons, armour and speed characteristics in combat. To put the car in the garage, after starting the game, open the blueprint menu, go to the “Packs” tab, select the desired armoured car and press the “Assemble” button.
When you purchase this pack, the number of parts that can be used to build a vehicle increases. Attention! Storage overflow is possible under certain conditions.
Buying the pack also gives early access to some factional structural parts. These parts become available immediately upon purchase and are not handed out again upon reaching the appropriate reputation level. Some parts are one-of-a-kind, and players can only own one copy of such parts. When simultaneously buying a standard and deluxe pack the constructional parts and portraits are not duplicated.
Unique portraits are an excellent opportunity to stand out among survivors.
Paint cans are a way to make your armoured car unlike the others.
Coins — is the in-game currency, which is used on the market to purchase armoured car parts from other survivors and to pay for the rent of part-building workbenches. Attention! When buying multiple packs, the acquired coins stack!
Note! Available only for Windows. You can't activate this item for the PSN or Xbox Live account.