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War Priest
03-05-2012, 05:24 PM
Does the amount of cash available for purchase increase with level? I have noticed it constantly increasing and that seems to be the logical reason. Right now my "Vault of Cash" is at 13 million, while my brother is half my level and his "Vault of Cash" is in the 6 millions.

03-05-2012, 05:34 PM
either level or income, not sure about but something similar happens in cc, i read about in some thread a while ago

Agent Orange
03-05-2012, 05:35 PM
Hmm never noticed but for your information... I'm at L121 and Vault of Cash 18,157,000 and my LLP at L41 is 7,471,00. The vaults of gold are the same.

War Priest
03-05-2012, 05:40 PM
The gold amount stays the same but the cash is constantly increasing. It must increase with level.

03-05-2012, 05:41 PM
They change as u lvl, I've noticed since the beginning of the game. Kinda feel ripped off when you pay$ for it and at higher lvls you get more money. I guess funzio has to get there money some way

03-05-2012, 05:49 PM
lvl 50 vault to buy 21.177.000 my income 176.479 do the math, im about to pass out :)

War Priest
03-05-2012, 05:59 PM
lvl 50 vault to buy 21.177.000 my income 176.479 do the math, im about to pass out :)

Maybe your right about income rather than level. Your vault of cash is 119.99% more than your income. My vault of cash is 13,605,000 which is exactly 120% of my income of 113,375. Seems like the cash amounts go by a percentage of your income.

03-05-2012, 06:41 PM
You're right about the 120 thing but it's not 120 PERCENT, it's just (your income x 120). SO basically you get 120 hours worth of cash upfront.
Mine is 150,722/hr x 120 = 18,086,000.

War Priest
03-05-2012, 07:24 PM
Here are the formulas:

Bag of Cash: 3.99
Stash of Cash: 8.79
Stockpile of Cash: 19.19
Bank Truck of Cash: 51.99
Vault of Cash: 120

Then round the thousands place up.

EX: Income of 113,375 x 51.99 = 5,894,366 Rounded = 5,895,000

This equation is pretty much useless, but I guess it's always better to know than not to know.

Tim @ MW
03-06-2012, 02:08 AM
It seems they just use multiplier and ignore anything below 1000. For example, with 187204/hr I get:

Bag of cash x4: 748816 round to 748000
Stash of cash x8.8: 1647395 round to 1647000
Stockpile of cash x19.2: 3594317 round to 3594000
Bank Truck of cash x52: 9734608 round to 9734000
Vault of cash x120: 22464480 round to 22464000