A few days ago, a Reddit user (LAC_PRO) posted a very interesting image regarding to the Brawler Drop Rates from Brawl Box.
He purchased 1413 Brawl Boxes in total and recorded every single content inside.
This is the result:
A total of 1413 Brawl Boxes were opened in order to record the results.
The data is inconclusive due to the fact that this was based on a test subject of Brawl Boxes.
I’m only human so maybe I may have made a few mistakes but they were overall pretty accurate.
Although these are not the real droprate datamined from the game files (I am pretty sure that we will get one soon), it gives us the pretty acceptable droprates of stuffs in Brawl Stars.
So the Legendary Brawler’s droprate is approximately 0.14% while Epic Brawler’s droprate is 0.78%. It is not really easy to get that annoying Mortis, right? xD Hats off to people who got Epic Brawlers at the first opens.
And here are the approximate amount of Brawl Boxes you need to have in order to get a certain item:
|Rarity||# of Brawl Boxes|
So it takes approximately 714 Boxes to get a Legendary Brawler, which is quite a lot. Luckily, Legendary Brawlers are not that OP at the moment :D.
My Own Brawl Stars Drop Rates Test
Hey guys! Today I will be showing you some estimated drop rates.
I’m not a data miner, so this information will not be 100% accurate. What I did is I used a Brawl Stars box simulator.
Keep in mind, also, that this information will become obsolete as new brawlers are released and mechanics changed. Without further ado, let’s get started!
To get this data, I opened 200 boxes, which is about the amount you will have opened once you are level 60.
Note: If you don’t like reading raw data, just skip the Raw Data part.
53% of boxes contained Brawlers, while 47% contained Elixir.
Common Elixir and Brawlers accounted for 83% of all unlocks, while Rares accounted for 11.5%, Epics for 3.5%, and Legendaries for 2%.
The Brawler that was pulled the most was Nita, who was pulled an astounding 18 times. Interestingly, Nita was also the first brawler that was unlocked. Nita accounted for 9% of all unlocks.
The least pulled Common Brawler is a tie between Colt and Dynamike. Both were only pulled 10 times.
Still, you are more likely to get a specific Common Brawler than any Epic Brawler, which makes sense. However, it is actually easier to get a Rare Brawler than to get a specific Common Brawler that you want.
Crow was pulled twice as many times as Spike. Crow was also pulled twice as many times as the Legendary Elixir. However, we cannot use this data, because Crow was only pulled twice; Therefore, there is not enough data to make this conclusion.
Similarly, Bo was pulled twice as many times as any other Epic Brawler by themselves. Bo was also the only Epic Brawler pulled twice.
Piper was pulled on the 11th box, which is astoundingly early. (Strangely, she was also the first epic I pulled on my real account.) Crow and Spike were 5 boxes within each other, which I initially dismissed as insane luck, but there might be a correlation.
Similarly, I pulled two Pocos in a row, and the supposed chance of that happening is 4/2809, or 0.14239943%. This means that I either got really lucky or there is a higher chance of pulling duplicate brawlers, which wouldn’t make much sense given the circumstances.
One last thing I want to say is that my Brawl Stars account is level 61, but doesn’t have any legendary brawlers or elixir, and only two epics, which leads to three possible conclusions: I’m extremely lucky this time, I was extremely lucky on my real account, or the data is false.
I’m leaning towards the first possibility, because I tried opening 500 boxes with the simulator before wiping the data for this article but only got crow and 1 legendary elixir.
If you have any data related to this, don’t hesitate to comment and share with us!