- Loot boxes may be categorized based on the method of acquisition as follows: Game-play where items are randomly awarded to players as a result of game-play for achievements, milestones, and challenges completed; Game-play with purchasable items where items are randomly assigned to players during game-play, but players must purchase/obtain an.
- In video games, a loot box (also called a loot/prize crate) is a consumable virtual item which can be redeemed to receive a randomised selection of further virtual items, or loot, ranging from simple customization options for a player's avatar or character, to game-changing equipment such as weapons and armor.
- Loot boxes in video games, such as those seen in EA's FIFA and 2K Games' NBA franchises, should be regulated under the same legislation as casinos, Britain's House of Lords says.
Loot Boxes In Video Games
Loot Boxes Controversy
This category includes video games that include a form of loot boxes as part of its monetization approach. This category should not include games that include randomized rewards and which there is no means for players to spend real-world funds to get those rewards (such as the Monster Hunter series random quest rewards). This category has only the following subcategory.