QRates and QRowbars
QRates are an all new gameplay feature that players can unlock to earn prizes by capturing and deploying physical munzees! Currently, there is a chance that QRates will be earned when you capture Greenies. However, this is certainly subject to change in the future!
Once you’ve got a QRate, you can find it in the Inventory section of your Profile, as shown below:
Premium members also have the option of trashing a QRate once a day. This should be helpful if you are trying to find a rarer QRate (more info on that below!) or if you want to quickly free up a slot should we have special limited-time QRates in the future.
To unlock the QRate, you’ll either need to capture or deploy more physical munzees. Capturing bouncers/scatters on some physical munzees including greenies will also fulfill requirements. You can speed up the process by applying a QRowbar to the QRate, which will reduce the requirements by 25%. You can apply up to 3 QRowbars to each QRate, bringing the total reduction to 75%!
Premium members will get 1 QRowbar every month after launch as long as their Premium membership is active! If you need more QRowbars, they cost 50 Zeds each. You can buy them by tapping on the [Use QRowbar] button at the bottom if you don’t have any, or by heading to the In-App Store!
Once you’ve fulfilled the QRate’s requirements, you will receive the prize inside! You can expect to receive either a Cubimal (more info on that below!), Booster, or other Credits. At launch there are currently 3 different types of QRates, with different prize pools for each. The standard QRate was shown earlier, so you can see what the other two look like below:
|QRate||Gold QRate||Diamond QRate|
Like the standard QRate, the Gold and Diamond QRates can only potentially be found when capturing greenies at launch.
At launch there are 9 different Cubimals trapped inside QRates for you to collect. Here's a sneak peek at 3 of them:
You’ll find a record of the Cubimals you’ve saved in the Achievements area of the app! We thought this area made sense as they are a collection of sorts, much like their WallaBee counterparts.