This is the Tower of God: New World team.
It has been confirmed that depending on the current Shinsu Link Limit Break scenario, in certain circumstances the total Combat Power displayed in the Profile varies unintentionally.
Through the 10/18 Update, improvements will be made to the calculation method of the account’s total Combat Power.
The total Combat Power in our Regular’s Profile quantifies and visually displays a Regular’s Growth figures.
We’d like to apologize for the confusion created by the current calculation method, and reassure our Regulars that Shinsu Links and Teammate performance are being applied normally.
Check below for more details.
◆ Profile’s Total Combat Power Calculation Improvements (Before and After)
Before the 10/18 (Wed) Update (Prior to the Improvements)
Selects the lowest Rank among all 5 Shinsu Link slots, and within the slots with that Rank, applies the lowest Level to all obtained Teammates’, summing up their Combat Power.
After the 10/18 (Wed) Update (After the Improvements)
Selects the lowest Rank and the the average Level among all 5 Shinsu Link slots
to apply to all obtained Teammates and sum up their Combat Power.
In summary, as previously disclosed, prior to the 10/18 Update, Combat Power calculations considered the lowest Rank, followed by the lowest Level to set the Shinsu Link application criteria.
Unlike before, starting from the 10/18 Update, the Shinsu Link application criteria for calculation will consider the lowest Rank, followed by the average Level. Following the improvements, differences in Combat Power may occur, so we would like to reassure our Regulars that there is no problem with the calculations, the differences are due to the announced changes.
We apologize for any confusion the calculation method may have caused, and will keep doing our best to provide a better gaming experience in the future.