We have added a new screen to the PT Home screen called “Missions”, see below. It lists all currently active missions, their status (for example the completed percentage) and rewards.
There are two types of missions: 1) Missions for cards and 2) Missions for missions (yes, that sounds confusing at first, but bear with me).
Missions for cards are pretty straightforward. When clicking on a mission title, the expanded mission info will pop down and show you the cards that are required to complete the mission plus the reward(s). Some missions require you to collect all cards of that mission, other missions a certain number, for example any 7 out of 12 total cards. The latter lets you select the specific cards you’d like to submit for completion.
Once a mission is complete, you can submit the mission to our servers, you will then receive the mission reward(s) and the cards of the mission (or the selected ones for the missions which only require any X out of Y cards) get locked. Locked cards can no longer be sold or auctioned, but they still can be played as usual.
If you have duplicates of a card, the game automatically decides which single card to lock by following one of two (you can select which one) priority order: 1) Cards already locked, 2) inactive cards, 3) cards on the reserve roster, 4) cards on the active roster or the other way around, 4-1. So let’s say you have selected the default order and one 1991 Barry Larkin card on the active roster and one on your inactive list, the one on the inactive list will get locked, unless the one on the active roster already is locked. That also means that you can use one single card for multiple missions.
Missions for missions can be completed by completing a certain set of missions, getting you an additional reward. So let’s say there are Mission 1, 2 and 3 and a Mission A which is a mission that includes these three missions. After completing each mission you will get their reward, and after you have completed all three, you can submit mission A and collect another (great) reward.
Mission rewards are either Perfect Points, Regular Packs, Gold Packs, Diamond Packs, cards or super rare Special Edition cards (which can not be pulled from packs) or any combination of these. So, some missions may only get you a Gold Pack, while others get you 10,000 PP, 3 Regular Packs plus a certain card, depending on the mission difficulty.
Upon launch there will be 90+ missions available, and we will be adding new missions throughout the year, so it doesn’t get boring.