I’m curious on how the game economists work out pack value especially when they compare it to other offerings.
One example is 21,000 embers for $160
As a player the first thing I do is what are my entertainment options for $160.
I could goto a top shelf restaurant, buy drinks and get an Uber home for $150.
I could get decent tickets at the footy, beer and lunch for $100.
I could get concet tickets for $150.
Basically $150 is a good day or night out. I could also buy and fully own 2 computer games with no more to pay for $150.
Or PGs offer of 21,000 embers.
In the game 17,100 embers is ONE tower level.
So for $160 in WD I can get RSS for one tower level ( but I still need the timers so its not even one level of one tower )
Especially when PG offers 8,000 embers for 300 sigils. PG don’t place much value on embers which is an old currency.
So on the other hand PG values 21,000 embers as 787.5 sigils.
But then they sell 5,500 sigils for $160
So how are both of these packs $160?
The ember pack is 14.3% the value of the sigil pack yet both are 80% discount.
Shouldn’t the ember pack have at least 150,000 embers for $160 to be ballpark fair value compared to PGs internal valuation of item combinations / valuation vs other pack offerings?