The latest map of Lost Ark has revealed what players

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July 19, 2022 India, Bihar, Asarganj 7


The Yaz's Jar from Lost Ark?

The latest map of Lost Ark has revealed what players can expect to see in the next major updates. Alongside the addition of new subclasses such as an Arcanist and raids, the shop will also have new items Lost Ark Gold.

The Yoz's Jar is one of the new features coming to the store, and will be an innovative way for gamers to get skins. Even though it's yet to be included in the game, as it was revealed that it will be added later this month the feature has caused debate in the gaming community.

Here's how the Yoz's jar functions in Lost Ark.

The Yoz's Jar is a new consumable that will join the game on the 1st of March, as revealed in the latest game's plan of action. The Yoz's Jar will let players who don't want keep a skin to destroy it into a form of cloth and make other skins.

Players won't be able to predict which skin they'll get from clothsince the skins will be randomly selected from a specific list of skins. This list will contain skins from Epic and Legendary rarities.

The developer hasn't revealed all of the details regarding the new feature however, players have expected it to be similar to its Korean version. According to them the Yoz's Jar is an item that can be used to buy cloth and get many random skins. This can be described as a loot box. It is available for purchase with Blue Crystals.

Getting a Legendary skin not only gives an appearance change, but also better statistics. This is why players will get an advantage in the game when they invest more money in rolls, hoping for a Legendary skin.

Since it has very slight chances to give a skin that is Legendary value, it can be costly for players to get one. It's not yet clear if Yoz's Jar will cost the same cheapest Lost Ark Gold, and has similar chances of earning the same Legendary skin as in this Korean versions of the game, though.

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