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The Core Challenges in Valhalla give a total of 5000 XP for levels in Connect.
This XP is enough for 10 levels, resulting in 170 units (or it might just be 160).
To claim all the rewards, requires 250 units.
Now, it may just be me, and I may have miscalculated, but shouldn't the game provide enough units to claim all rewards?
@leoraptor1979 read my post again and you'll see I described the way it works now, not the old uplay system.
Also, why should I have to play another game to be able to get enough XP for the rewards in *this* game? That would only mean I couldn't get the rewards in *that* game!
I have posted about this before in Odyssey and Origins where the units needed for all the rewards were greater than the units that could be earned by playing them. They should be equal, in my opinion.
I know that, but I shouldn't *need* to play Game2 to redeem all the rewards from Game1. I mean, how would I then manage to get the rewards from Game2 if I spent the units gained there in Game1?
My concern is that the amount of units each Game is able to provide usually falls short of the units needed to redeem the rewards for each game. Why does Valhalla only provide enough XP to get 160 units when you need 250 to get all the rewards?
If I then play Far Cry 6 to get more units to finish Valhalla's rewards, how do I then claim Far Cry 6's rewards?
Shouldn't each game provide the exact same amount of units needed to unlock all of its rewards? Otherwise, Connect just isn't rewarding player's at all but 'forcing' us into buying more and more games.
That's not a reward system at all - that's exploitation.