4 days following the change to the VIP program that unlocks VIP dinos in market after the initial creature purchase, Ludia reverses the change. So, one of the most needed changes to the program is now no longer effective, meaning when you purchase a VIP dino, it will NOT unlock in the market. The ONLY vip dino unlocked in the market is which ever one is currently on release. Trying to purchase any VIP creature not currently on release will result in a solid gold pack being offered to you.
VIP dinos not unlocking in the market was one of the biggest downfalls of the VIP program. For 4 short days this problem was resolved, but it seems that may have been a goof on Ludia's part. Maybe they changed their mind after the change was implemented or maybe somebody at Ludia legitmately made a mistake and the change was never supposed to happen in the first place. Regardless what the reason is, the VIP programs biggest downfall has returned.
The only thing I can think of to say to Ludia is this...
This is the second time I've used the above graphic in response to something Ludia has managed to screw up.... so obviously somebody at Ludia likes the smell up in there.
Ludia has again made a few changes to the VIP program. With so many changes to the program since it was first introduced, I thought I'd post a full rundown of the VIP membership. What it costs, what you get and what the benefits are. Just for grins, we'll do a side by side comparison... VIP today vs VIP when it was introduced.
VIP program then....
VIP program now (player = win)...
As of November 2016, this release log will no longer be maintained or updated.
This post will be a continuously updated log of limited release creatures. This includes tournament, VIP & aquatic creatures. Although this log can not tell you when any particular creature will be released again, you can see when a creature was last released and then perhaps have a better idea when it might be released again.
- The newest releases appear at the bottom of each chart
- All entries below for creatures released prior to August 13, 2016 (the day of this post) should be fairly accurate, but they do have the possiblity of containing errors and some releases may be missing from the log altogether. Entries for creatures released after August 13, 2016 are 100% accurate.
Following the Mosasaurus tournament, we are seeing an issue similar to the "archelon incident". Those who finished in the top 1% in dominator league win their Mosasaur, but it fails to unlock it the market. If you are one of those who is experiencing this problem, rest assured, you're not the only one. Many people have posted about having this problem on JWTG's Facebook page. Ludia says they are currently "looking into the issue". I will update this post with the latest information as soon as it becomes available.