In Tower of Fantasy, how does the gacha system work?

In Tower of Fantasy, how does the gacha system work? ...

The hugely popular multiplayer RPG that has just been released by Perfect World draws a lot of its inspiration from the equally (if not more) well-known RPG Genshin Impact. There are a number of similarities between the games in terms of visual art style and gameplay, as well as their gacha game mechanics.

Through the gacha game mechanic known as Special Orders, players may acquire different weapons and characters (known as Simulacra).

The Tower of Fantasys gacha system, also known as Special Orders, is shown in this video.

Tower of Fantasy gacha game system explained

A gacha game works as a loot box system for newcomers to the game. Players earn or purchase in-game currency that they can use for rolls or spins. Players who spin will only have a small chance at rarer or more powerful rewards after a certain amount of spins.

To access these spins, players may go to the Special Orders page of their menu. Players may earn or purchase Gold, Black, or Red Nucleuses that serve as the in-game currency you spend on Special Orders. Sometimes, players earn a guaranteed SR or SSR rarity item if they complete ten spins.

The first time you acquire a specific weapon, these spins unlock normal, SR, or SSR quality weapons as well as the playable Simulacra character. Upon pulling duplicates, the duplicates will be converted to fusion cores used for upgrading weapons.

In Tower of Fantasy, what are the odds of special orders?

In Tower of Fantasy, three separate Special Orders are available: Black Nucleus Weapons Galore, Gold Nucleus Weapons Galore, and Rebirth of Clemency (requires Red Nucleuses).

  • 40 percent chance at a Weapon Battery I
  • Five percent chance at a Weapon Battery II
  • 20 percent chance at an Elementcore
  • One percent chance at an Elementheart
  • 30.7 percent chance at an R weapon
  • Three percent chance at an SR weapon
  • 0.3 percent chance at an SSR weapon

Every ten spins, players get a guaranteed SR or SSR weapon. Every 80 spins, players get a guaranteed SSR weapon.

  • 6.85 to six percent chance (including guarantees) at a Weapon Battery III
  • 91.4 to 80 percent chance (including guarantees) at an R weapon
  • One up to 12 percent chance (including guarantees) at an SR weapon
  • 0.75 up to two percent chance (including guarantees) at an SSR weapon

Players get a guaranteed SR or SSR weapon every 10 spins. Players get a guaranteed SSR weapon every 80 spins. Event expires at the end of August 2022.

  • 6.85 to six percent chance (including guarantees) at a Weapon Battery III
  • 91.4 to 80 percent chance (including guarantees) at an R weapon
  • One up to 12 percent chance (including guarantees) at an SR weapon
  • 0.75 up to two percent chance (including guarantees) at an SSR weapon