We recently changed how we display prices for H1Z1 and Just Survive crates on the site, these crates will no longer show an OPSkins price and instead show their Steam marketplace value.
This change was made because the price of these crates on OPSkins is severely inflated due to the fact that they no longer accept H1Z1 or Just Survive crates to sell on their site, this means that the price of crates there is simply going to rise and rise because nobody can send any more to undercut what is already listed.
We have seen a few people posting trades on the site offering crates and stating their OPSkins price so we just wanted to post this to make people aware of why we changed their displayed price and so you don't get ripped off trading for crates which you can't even sell on OPSkins.
The old map is making a return with all the best bits from the drastic changes to the game over the last few months. Along with this the static strongholds are out and free-placed bases are back in, now limited to four per player.
Check out full details and patch notes at JustSurvive.com.
Another exclusive Battlegrounds skin on the way. We believe this is available to pre-orders of the game from Daum.
OPSkins is launching WAXToken, a utility token dedicated to users buying/selling virtual and digital goods everywhere. With WAX, you can buy virtual items safely and securely. In anticipation of it's launch, OPSkins has announced a daily chance to win $1,000 by retweeting and tagging two friends.
For more information regarding WAX, you can join the official WAX Discord here: https://discord.gg/KRgDuH9
A new update to the H1Z1 Test Server includes a new main menu UI with a new logo, here are some screenshots of the different variations of the first splash screen.
This is what the new main menu looks like too.
Here is what Daybreak had to say about the reasons for the changes:
So why the change…again? Throughout development we’ve continued to define the vision for H1Z1, which is competitive at its core with fast-paced and action-packed combat. Over the past year, the game has grown by leaps and bounds in terms of both player base and development, so we thought it was time to evolve the game’s look to something that better represented the spirit of H1Z1 and the level of quality we aspire to. H1Z1 is also the name that our players connect with most, so it was just natural evolution for us to transition back. We're also working to ensure that H1Z1 can be enjoyed by players around the world, and having the word 'Kill' in the name of the game can be limiting with some global audiences.
Also from the game files are some other screens and artwork of interest.
Even more interesting is the variations of this artwork with a Chinese logo...