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Gears Pop: How to Get Gear Crates

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Gears Pop: How to Get Gear Crates

Gears Pop, the mobile spin-off of the long-running Xbox franchise, sees you collect characters, upgrade them, and tackle tricky missions. To get better characters, you need to open gear crates. So that you’re improving quickly and getting everything you need, here’s what you need to know about how to get gear crates in Gears Pop.

Gear Crates are pretty much Gears Pop’s version of loot boxes. They contain coins for you to spend on other things and a couple of random pins that work as characters in combat, with more expensive crates having a higher chance of better/rarer pins.

As you open more Gear Crates, you get more resources to upgrade your favorite pins so that you’re stronger going into the next level. It’s a cycle of playing, opening, and improving.

How to Get Gear Crates in Gears Pop

There are a few ways to get the Gear Crates too. First of all, the easiest way to buy them is to purchase them with crystal. You can earn crystal by completing objectives daily or by buying them from the store for real-world money.

That allows you to buy as many crates as you want, or three different types, if you’re wanting to upgrade everything you have pretty quickly. However, you don’t have to spend real-world money to get Gear Crates in Gears Pop.

You get them for completing levels. Once you’ve won a battle, destroying all of your opponent’s bases, you will get a crate.

However, it will take time for the crate to open. You can just wait for the countdown to end or speed it up by using a small amount of crystal. It’s up to you and whether you need the gear quickly or not.

In short, here are the ways you can get Gear Crates in the game

  1. You can use crystal to buy them from the Gears Pop store.

  2. You get them for completing levels, but you have to wait a while before they open.

That’s everything you need to know about how to get gear crates in Gears Pop. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite. We’ve also listed some other useful guides down below.

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