Cards in Asphalt Nitro have the disadvantage that they cannot be bought directly. They can only be obtained through random collections, the Kit Boxes, so players never know exactly which card they get.
- As Kit Boxes do not have drop rates like Pro Kit Boxes in Asphalt 8: Airborne, the only rough orientation about the probability of getting a card is its rarity, an arbitrary classification of cards in common, rare and legendary.
Besides, there are more difficulties to determine the probability of getting a card:
- Boxes have drop rates, too. While general boxes like the Racer Kit Box can be bought for Credits and be won with lower leaderboard positions in Rivals or Time-Limited Events, other boxes are either much more expensive or more difficult to get.
Realistic drop rates
- As some of these boxes are more frequent than others, it comes naturally that players contribute more cards from these boxes than from rarer ones.
- The amounts of cards from the different boxes were used as weights to calculate a weighted average for the frequency of every single card. This reflects both the statistical outcomes and the different availability of the boxes.
The list below shows the amounts of cards from each box. The table to the right contains the weighted average drop rate for each card.
- A-Class Box (8 cards)
- B-Class Box (16 cards)
- C-Class Box (8 cards)
- Champion Kit Box (30 cards)
- D-Class Box (16 cards)
- Expert Kit Box (104 cards)
- Mystery Box (15 cards)
- Racer Kit Box (456 cards)
- S-Class Box (16 cards)
- Specialist Kit Box (105 cards)
- Kit Box – main article with an overview of all boxes available in Asphalt Nitro
- Most common boxes – table sortable by card, with realistic drop rates of cards regardless of their rarity, based on the most common boxes
- Average card frequencies – tables sortable by box, indicating which box grants most of a specific card
- WikiProject Statistics – a project investigating random processes in the Asphalt games
| The statistical data on this page is part of WikiProject Statistics.
It contains original research which may be incomplete, incorrect or biased.