|“||If you see some lost gear scattered around the place, try to find a blinking helmet. Use that to download the location of the lost dwarf’s backpack and track it down using your Terrain Scanner. They are always full of pickaxe parts and precious minerals.||„|
|~ Update 29 Patch notes|
Description[edit | edit source]
A Lost Pack can spawn inside of normal missions. A helmet will give away its location with a beeping noise, allowing you to find it easier; once activated the Terrain Scanner tool will update and reveal a pocket of terrain underneath the ground as a pink star around 100m away. Once found you should dig into the cave wall to reveal a small cavity full of Crafting Materials and a lost pack which will contain a claimable cosmetic reward.
Rewards[edit | edit source]
Each player will receive a reward based off of the first person who opens the pack; however, if the next player to claim already owns it, they will be rewarded with a different one.
The received reward is not linked to the class of the player opening the box in any way, it’ll simply be a cosmetic that the player doesn’t have yet.
• There are 20 possible Armor Paintjob sets that will be chosen at random as reward. Armor Paintjob can be applied to any unlocked Armor.
• There are 40 possible Pickaxe Customization pieces that will be chosen at random as reward.
There are 6 different sets broken into 7 different parts: Frontblade, Head, Backblade, Shaft, Handle, Pommel and Paintjob.
There are also 4 Backblade parts that don't belong to a set. The Frontblade and Backblade parts for a specific set are awarded together.
Extra unique Backblade: Chop-Chop, Hole Digger, Obsidian Mallet, Skull Buster
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Note: The cosmetics obtained from Lost Pack cannot be obtained by any other means.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
|Blinking Helmet||Updated Terrain Scanner||Lost Pack|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Similar encounter as Cargo Crates.
- Lost Pack and Cargo Crates spawn independently of each other, and can sometimes both be in the map.