The highlight of the legend might not get new weapons, items that can be thrown, or others the first resource in Season 5, but there is one new thing to be aware of: Treasure Packages. It’s hard to miss this treasure once they’re in front of you, but you have to find it first if you want to unlock what is inside. Prizes range from developments in battle passes to crafting material, and this package will also be an important part of your PvE experience if you want to continue playing new Hunts when released.
There are a number of Treasure Packages that you can enter The highlight of the legend throughout Season 5 with more restrictions in place when you can get it, but it’s worth hunting down. If you find a Treasure Package at The highlight of the legend during your normal match, this is what you need to know about it.
How to Find a Treasure Package
To find the Treasure Package at The highlight of the legend, play as usual. Open all the Inventory Bins that you can find in the hunt to loot, and if you are lucky, an orange-red box will eventually appear. It is outlined with a large red banner as you can see on a pair of Evo Shield that is fully loaded, making it difficult to miss.
Only take one when you see it and forget it until you are finished with your match. It doesn’t take up any inventory space, and when the game is over, you will be able to see what’s inside. That’s very common, so you won’t have any trouble finding one of about two to three matches.
What Can I Get from a Treasure Package?
Inside the Treasure Pack are things like the development of a battle pass (called “CP” and usually thousands in stages), craft materials, Apex Packages, and the opportunity to chase Hunts when they are released. Your prize will be shown to you after the match.
If you want to see what will happen, go to the “Quest” section of the Season 5 menu that appears in the top left corner of the main Peak Can not. You will see a talk about a story called “The Broken Ghost” with a series of Treasure Pack prizes below that are very similar to the battle pass development system. The gold prize separated by five Treasure Packages is Hunts, but even if you already have enough Treasure Packages to play one, you have to wait until it’s released.
What is Hunting?
The hunt is a PvE mission that was added in Season 5 centered around Loba and its mission in Kings Canyon. Nine different hunts will take place throughout the season, and you can start investing in the story now by visiting the prologue section above below.
The first hunt is not alive, so don’t stress because you don’t see the options. It starts on May 19 with more after that, so you still have plenty of time to get the Treasure Pack.
How Many Treasure Packages Can I Get?
You can get only one Treasure Package per day and can collect a total of 45 of them throughout Season 5. This means that it is impossible to reach the maximum number of Treasure Packages if you don’t play consistently, but again, it doesn’t need more than one or two games to find one from personal experience.
Restrictions on the Treasure Package essentially turn findings into daily entry prizes, although you have to work a little more for this than other games that only distribute prizes immediately. Those who play more will benefit more from them, but because all prizes are directed at cosmetics with the exception of PvE Hunt, you will only lose to a certain extent if you don’t find them all.
What If I Hit the Limit of My Treasure Package?
We still have a long way to go until players start to reach the limit of 45 Treasure Packages, but it is very likely that you will find a number of them in a day if you play often. Because you can only collect one per day, you have to do with them what you have to do with all the other valuable booty: Ping them for your teammates.
Characters have a unique voice line for the Treasure Pack and will warn their teammates to the prize location. They are not really worth fighting because they are quite common, so don’t leave your team to them, but grab them when you can.
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