Crossing Void Global, or Dengeki Bunko: Crossing Void, is a hugely popular gacha RPG for the iOS and Android, and like any good gacha game, you have a ton of characters and other goodies that you can spin for. Maigo is the premium currency that is spent in the gacha, but there are a ton of other good ways to get free pulls.
Gacha Vouchers let you take a pull at the Normal, Aincrad, and Top Player Gachas. Limited Gacha Vouchers let you take a free spin at the Limited Gacha in order to get a limited-edition character. Gacha Points allow you to pick out a free S-Character of your choice.
Read on for a guide on how to get Gacha Vouchers, Limited Gacha Vouchers, and Gacha Points in Crossing Void Global!
Gacha Vouchers (the non-limited ones) are one of the easiest items to find in great numbers in the game. They can be earned almost anywhere, for completing any quest; whether that’s a mission, a primary quest, or an event quest of some kind.
You can also earn Gacha Vouchers by going to the Challenge area and finding the challenges that give you Gacha Vouchers in exchange for completing them. Not only that, but join a guild, and participate in events such as the Dungeon and Dispatch to earn currencies to buy Guild Vouchers in the Guild Shop.
You can earn Gacha Points by spinning the Gacha at any time. You have three different spin types on each Gacha. You get free spins, which you earn with time intervals. Of course, you get Gacha Voucher spins, and then you get Maigo spins, which can be bought at any time with 150 Maigo. Each spin earns you 15 Gacha Points.
Limited Gacha Spins are similar. Whether you spend a Limited Gacha Voucher or 150 Maigo (there are no free spins), you will earn 15 Gacha Points with each spin that you do.
Limited Gacha Vouchers are one of the rarest things to earn in the whole game; in fact, oftentimes the Limited Gacha will be open, but the Limited Gacha Vouchers won’t be available to earn, by literally any method, at any time. However, that doesn’t mean that they won’t show up in the game.
The first place that you are going to want to look for a Limited Gacha Voucher is in the Events area. Being that the Limited Gacha is an Event-centered item, it stands to reason that when Limited Gacha Vouchers show up, they will be as part of an event, too.
Sometimes Limited Gacha Vouchers get sent out by the developers as compensation for a server outage or other kind of maintenance issue that hits the game. When they do, be sure to check the in game mail box, as that’s where they are going to send compensation rewards.
Always check the store, because the store is updated at various time intervals depending on where you’re shopping. This is especially true for the Guild Store, as you get more available packages of stuff as the Guild increases in level.
Keep an eye out for new Challenges or new side dungeons in the Story mode to show up, as the developers often like to add new levels and challenges to the games. Some might even show up through limited-time events; these can be a source for the Limited Gacha Vouchers when they finally do show up.
Otherwise, save your Maigo (which you get a lot of for free in this game) to take a spin on the Limited Gacha. This costs 150 Maigo per spin, which is exactly the same amount that non-limited Gacha cost in Maigo, so in light of that fact, the Limited Gacha is not a bad deal.