How To Play: Snacks

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Snacks is an in-game economy.

Description[edit | edit source]

Snacks are the currency in The Blackout Club (game) used by TBC club members to acquire most wardrobe customizations and used in missions at Firework Stations and Contraband Lockers to obtain some Field Items.

Snacks were first introduced in the Early Access Update 9 in late May 2019. Two weeks later, the snack system was rebalanced before The Blackout Club (game)'s launch where it was made easier for players to obtain more Snacks per mission.[1] There exist multipliers at each player level that award players more snacks per mission as the missions get harder.[1] The Snack system was updated again in mid-August 2019 to allow players to earn an additional snack per 4 XP gained rather than every 5 XP.[1]

Usage[edit | edit source]

Customizations[edit | edit source]

Items can be purchased at the Wardrobe in the Hideout using snacks. Items like the Halo and Chosen Shirt cannot be purchased in the Store with Snacks. The cost in Snacks per item varies depending on the type of item.

Item Category Cost per item
Style & Color # to # Snacks
Tops 400 to 1,000 Snacks
Bottoms 600 to 1,800 Snacks
Footwear 400 to 1,000 Snacks
Accessories 400 to 1,800 Snacks
Gestures 2,200 Snacks
World 1,000 to 2,000 Snacks

In Missions[edit | edit source]

Players can use Firework Stations on the surface of Redacre as well as Contraband Lockers in The Maze using Snacks to obtain various field items. Interacting with the Firework Station or Contraband Locker will deduct Snacks from the player's total and award them the item requested. Players can see how many snacks they have by looking

Stalker[edit | edit source]

In the Stalker Van, players can purchase a Dossier for 250 snacks using their collection of Snacks obtained on missions.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the final scene of the Prologue, Dax and Gwen leave the Hideout saying they will be going to get more snacks before asking the player to first pick a mission.
  • When purchasing an item from a Contraband Locker or Firework Station, TBC HQ might sometimes remark to the player about looking forward to their snacks when the player returns from the mission.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Patches, (11 July 2019), "Snack Economy Rebalancing - Announcement", Steam.