| Finish Line Box (4.2.0)|
|"Grants 3 random Pro Kit cards. They can be Common, Rare or Legendary!"|
|Drop rates|| Common: 41.31 %|
Rare: 28.26 %
Legendary: 30.43 %
|Availability|| Reoccurring offer |
– Every 24 hours
– Timer reset: 0:00 device time
|Period||Apr 14, 2019 – Jun 15, 2019|
|Sample size|| 495 trials (165 boxes)|
Acceptable: Sample size >= 200
- This is an old box version. See Finish Line Box for the current version.
The Finish Line Box is a Pro Kit Box in Asphalt 8: Airborne. Introduced with the Fast Lane Update, it is rewarded for finishing highlighted races. It is special in several ways because it has extraordinarily high drop rates of legendary items and engines. It is so far the only known box to grant the newly-introduced V12 MPI and i3 Engine cards.
AvailabilityRace modes that reward Finish Line Boxes are marked with a small icon. So far the Finish Line Box has only been granted for finishing multiplayer races. Upon its introduction, the amount of boxes a player could get was 3 per day. After the end of the Spring Fling 3 Multiplayer Season, players only got 1 or 2 boxes instead of 3. This turned out to be dependent on a player's VIP level:
|1 – 11||2|
The loading screens of races granting Finish line boxes show an additional banner at the top. If a player has got all 2 boxes of a day, a timer is shown. Contrary to the Daily Kit Box †, the timer counts down to 0:00 player's local time, so players can get 2 boxes per day no matter if they log in early or late.
- The Finish Line Box has the highest relative frequency of engines (52.73 %) besides engine-only boxes.
- Contrary to the pre 2019 Spring Update version, the box does not grant Hot Wheels Engines any more, possibly due to the licensing restrictions surrounding the Hot Wheels vehicles.
DeviationsDuring the Fast Lane Update, the relative frequencies converged to the official drop rates until March 22, 2019 (sample size 250). After this date, common and legendary values started to diverge again, which is a hint that the internal composition has probably been changed without adapting the drop rates. As of the 2019 Spring Update, the official drop rates have been changed. Around May 17, 2019 (sample size 243), when the graphs had finally approached the official drop rates after an erratic course, they started to diverge again. This can indicate that either the box content has been changed several times or that it changes somewhat periodically. In any case, it is currently quite safe to say that the official drop rates are wrong. The frequencies do not even tend to approach them.
|Champion Kit Box||12.22||3.89||3.98||0.37|
|Daily Kit Box †||10.00||0.83||7.63||2.37|
|Engine Box 1-5||100.00||10.33||0.00||0.00|
|Extra Fusion Box †||6.40||0.48||0.00||0.00|
|Finish Line Box||45.07||2.13||2.71||1.64|
|Multiplayer Pro Box||9.89||0.65||0.00||0.00|
|Optimal Shuffle Box||8.01||0.39||1.17||0.59|
|Optimal Split Box||3.76||0.32||0.40||0.04|
|Parts Box 1-5||0.00||0.00||0.00||0.00|
|Random Box 1-5||7.31||1.03||0.06||0.03|
|Specialist Kit Box||9.26||0.37||0.00||0.00|
|Starter Fusion Box †||8.40||0.99||0.00||0.00|
|Tech Box 1-5||0.00||0.00||19.54||9.40|
|Ultra Fusion Box †||8.17||0.00||0.00||0.00|
The Finish Line Box has by far the highest relative frequency of engines of all common boxes in the game.
Even though the box has a lower drop rate of common cards than other boxes, its frequency of V8 Engines is considerable.
Compared with other boxes, the Finish Line Box is a good choice for Advanced Tech, less for Mid-Tech.
The 2019 Spring Update has also changed the box's high drop rate of bike parts to zero (previously 25 to 30 %).
- ↑ Blackbird90 (2019-04-03). Comment. Retrieved on 2019-04-04.
- ↑ Non-VIP Forever! (2019-05-17). Comment. Retrieved on 2019-05-18.
- ↑ Fabien FromGameloft (2019-03-28).Coming up in the next update of Asphalt 8: Airborne. Gameloft Forums. Retrieved on 2019-04-16. “As a consequence, bike-specific cards will only be available in devoted ProKit boxes, bikes mastery seasons and Moto Blitz career seasons. They won’t be dropping from the usual ProKit boxes.”
| The statistical data on this page is part of WikiProject Statistics.
It contains original research which may be incomplete, incorrect or biased.