Colors

 

Color known as MOD quality
– there are 5 possible quality:
E – Grey (worst)
D – Green
C – Blue
B – Purple
A – Gold (best)


Color means ?
– Grey MODs can have only Primary stat on level 1 
– Green MODs will have Primary and one Secondary on level 1
– Blue MODs will have Primary and 2 Secondaries on level 1
– Purple MODs will have Primary and 3 Secondaries on level 1
– Gold MODs will have Primary and 4 Secondaries on level 1

Upgrade and color
– All MODs can be upgraded using Credit
– There are 12 levels for upgrading a MOD with Credit

White (light blue) MODs
– Levels 3, 6, 9, and 12 unlock a Secondary
– 4 levels from 15 to unlock Secondaries
– 11 levels to upgrade Secondaries/Primary

Green MODs
– Levels 6, 9, and 12 unlock a Secondary
–  level 3 to upgrade Secondaries/Primary

Blue MODs
– Levels 9, and 12 unlock a Secondary
– 2 levels from 15 to unlock Secondaries
– 2 levels to upgrade Secondaries/Primary

Purple MODs
– Level 12 unlock a Secondary
– upgrade levels: 3, 6 and 9

Gold MODs
–  upgrades levels: 3, 6, 9 and 12
– All MODs will be Gold at level 15

Conclusion:
– Gold MODs  at level 1 have the higher chance to offer greater values 
Tip: Green MODs on level 1 will have the highest chance to have their known Secondary upgraded.
If you see in Store a Green MOD at level 1 with a rare/good Secondary then it can be more useful and valuable then a Gold MOD level 1.
* why ? we will discuss about it in the next episodes


To be continued ..

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