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Finish Line Box (4.3.0-20190831)
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Finish Line Box (4.3
"Grants 3 random Pro Kit cards. They can be Common, Rare or Legendary!"
Official info
Last checked Jun 21, 2019
Description Not checked
Sample space Not checked
Drop rates Not checked
Price -
Drop rates Common: 46.36 %
Rare: 22.69 %
Legendary: 30.94 %
Availability Reoccurring offer
– Every 24 hours
Timer reset: 0:00 device time
VIP only: VIP Level1+
Statistics
Period Jun 20, 2019 – Aug 31, 2019
Sample size 747 trials (249 boxes)
Good: Sample size >= 600 (747 cards) Good: Sample size >= 600
Common 364 48.73 %
Rare 160 21.42 %
Legendary 223 29.85 %
Blueprints 0 0.00 %
Engines 401 53.68 %
Tech 33 4.42 %
Parts 313 41.90 %
Dispersion per box
min–max Mean
0
Range
3
Common 0–3 1.46
Rare 0–3 0.64
Legendary 0–3 0.90
 
Blueprints 0–0 0.00
Engines 0–3 1.61
Tech 0–2 0.13
Parts 0–3 1.26
A8 icon engine 401 Engine cards by name
Four-Stroke 0 0.00 %
i3 0 0.00 %
i4 20 2.68 %
i5 23 3.08 %
V6 20 2.68 %
V8 22 2.95 %
V-Twin 0 0.00 %
Electric 33 4.42 %
Forced Four-Str. 0 0.00 %
High-Grade 17 2.28 %
Hot Wheels 0 0.00 %
Hybrid 25 3.35 %
Serial Racing 18 2.41 %
Custom Racing 16 2.14 %
Exceptional 18 2.41 %
F12 18 2.41 %
F6 18 2.41 %
Forced-Ind. V8 22 2.95 %
i6 21 2.81 %
Legendary Electr. 27 3.61 %
Rotary 13 1.74 %
V10 22 2.95 %
V12 17 2.28 %
V12 MPI 0 0.00 %
V16 21 2.81 %
W16 10 1.34 %
A8 icon tech 33 Tech cards by name
Early Tech 19 2.54 %
Initial Tech 14 1.87 %
Mid-Tech 0 0.00 %
Advanced Tech 0 0.00 %
Common Tech 0 0.00 %
Rare Tech 0 0.00 %
Pro Tech 0 0.00 %
A8 icon parts 313 Part cards by type
Tires 101 13.52 %
Suspension 83 11.11 %
Drivetrain 66 8.84 %
Exhaust 63 8.43 %
A8 icon parts 313 Part cards by class
Class D 80 10.71 %
Class C 84 11.24 %
Class B 82 10.98 %
Class A 28 3.75 %
Class S 39 5.22 %
A8 icon parts 313 Part cards by vehicle type
Car 313 41.90 %
Bike 0 0.00 %
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 and has extraordinarily high frequencies of legendary cards and engines.

Until the Showdown Update, it was the only known box to grant V12 MPI and i3 Engine cards, but the update removed these engines from the box. During the update, the box was also made unavailable for non-VIP players.

The Finish Line Box is also known for nearly always displaying wrong official drop rates.

Availability[]

Finish Line Box Race Mode 1

Race 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[1] which turned out to be dependent on a player's VIP level.[2] The Showdown Update made the box VIP-only:[3]

VIP Level Boxes
VIP Level0 0 (formerly 1)
VIP Level1+ 2

The loading screens of races granting Finish line boxes show an additional banner at the top. If a player has got all boxes of a day, a timer is shown. Contrary to the Daily Kit Box 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.

Finish Line Box Race Mode 2
Finish Line Box Race Mode 3

Hidden rules[]

  • The Finish Line Box has the highest relative frequency of engines (45.07 %) besides engine-only boxes.
  • The box does not grant i3, V12 MPI and Hot Wheels Engines.
  • Since the Showdown Update, it does not seem to grant Mid-Tech and Advanced Tech any more.

Analysis[]

Statistics[]

Deviation history[]

Cards by rarity in Finish Line Boxes (4.3
  • Showdown Update: Again, after first converging to the changed drop rates of this update, the real statistical outcomes did not tend to stabilize close to the official values, but kept deviating. The drop rates of rare and common cards were wrong. Around August 11 (sample size 450) this must have been noticed, and probably internal changes were made. Nonetheless, even after 747 cards, the frequencies did not match the drop rates (too many common cards, too few rare and legendary cards).
Cards by rarity in Finish Line Boxes (4.2
  • 2019 Spring Update: 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, the official drop rates were wrong almost all the time. The frequencies did not even tend to approach them.
Cards by rarity in Finish Line Boxes (pre 4.2
  • 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 recalculating the drop rates.

Engines[]

Name

Engines

V8 Engine
Mid-Tech
Advanced Tech
Champion Kit BoxExcellent: Sample size >= 1,000 (2,160 cards) Champion Kit Box12.223.893.980.37
Daily Kit BoxExcellent: Sample size >= 1,000 (3,120 cards) Daily Kit Box †10.000.837.632.37
Engine Box 1-5Excellent: Sample size >= 1,000 (1,452 cards) Engine Box 1-5100.0010.330.000.00
Extra Fusion BoxGood: Sample size >= 600 (828 cards) Extra Fusion Box †6.400.480.000.00
Finish Line BoxExcellent: Sample size >= 1,000 (2,070 cards) Finish Line Box45.072.132.711.64
Multiplayer Pro BoxGood: Sample size >= 600 (930 cards) Multiplayer Pro Box9.890.650.000.00
Optimal Shuffle BoxExcellent: Sample size >= 1,000 (1,024 cards) Optimal Shuffle Box8.010.391.170.59
Optimal Split BoxExcellent: Sample size >= 1,000 (2,476 cards) Optimal Split Box3.760.320.400.04
Parts Box 1-5Good: Sample size >= 600 (778 cards) Parts Box 1-50.000.000.000.00
Random Box 1-5Excellent: Sample size >= 1,000 (6,597 cards) Random Box 1-57.311.030.060.03
Specialist Kit BoxAcceptable: Sample size >= 200 (270 cards) Specialist Kit Box9.260.370.000.00
Starter Fusion BoxGood: Sample size >= 600 (810 cards) Starter Fusion Box †8.400.990.000.00
Tech Box 1-5Good: Sample size >= 600 (819 cards) Tech Box 1-50.000.0019.549.40
Ultra Fusion BoxGood: Sample size >= 600 (796 cards) Ultra Fusion Box †8.170.000.000.00

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.

Tech[]

Former versions of the box used to grant good amounts of Advanced Tech. This has been changed with the Showdown Update. It does not seem to grant neither Mid-Tech nor Advanced Tech now.

Following an official 2019 Spring Update announcement,[4] it does not contain bike tech any more.

Parts[]

The 2019 Spring Update has also changed the box's high drop rate of bike parts to zero (previously 25 to 30 %).

Previous versions[]

See also[]

References[]

  1. Blackbird90 (2019-04-03). Comment. Retrieved on 2019-04-04.
  2. Non-VIP Forever! (2019-05-17). Comment. Retrieved on 2019-05-18.
  3. Nianasto (2019-08-04). Comment. Retrieved on 2019-08-06.
  4. 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.”

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