Unblogged Wisdom Check: After the Mod 15 Economy / Salvage Changes, How Many RADs Are You Making Compared to Mod 14
For this week’s poll we’d like to check on the RAD earn rates in Mod 15 compared to what players were doing before. As you may know we’ve reported this as “nerf” throughout our preview coverage and would like to know whether this perception fits what you guys are experiencing on the field right now. This obviously excludes consoles players from the poll (sorry), but we really wanted to get some data on the topic. What we’re looking for is a comparison of earn rates from Mod 14 to Mod 15. Have yours gone up, down, or did the stay the same?
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3 thoughts on “Unblogged Wisdom Check: After the Mod 15 Economy / Salvage Changes, How Many RADs Are You Making Compared to Mod 14”
I’m making about 150K rAD daily on one toon. Just takes longer without hunts/salvage
I score my 100k RAD a day from running weekly portal/dr/ar/bt/bob on 7 characters and one RAQ, RIQ, and RLQ a day. I rotate things around to get as much from the AD bonus I can. Same routine I ran before the change
Difficult to say to he honest, I still have a rad backlog from mod 14 which Im trying to wear down…however doing a codg multi run can give over the 100k if u have keys and rerolls for both the chests
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