Not to be confused with Lucky Boxes (purchasable from the Store), Lootbags are randomly dropped whilst playing Gameshow games - there’s no way to predict when you will receive one! Lootbags contain all sorts of prizes and cosmetic items, some rarer than others. Some items are only found in rare Lootbags. There are 3 Tiers (or levels) of Lootbags. The quality of the goodies you receive depends on the Tier of the bag.


The rate at which you receive Lootbags is based on how often you win a game. You are twice as likely to get a Lootbag after winning a game at the Winner’s Podium - although if you lose you can still receive a bag.The higher your level, the more chance you have of receiving a bag - e.g, as a level 30 player you’ll get less Tier 1 bags, but there’s a higher chance of a receiving a Tier 3 bag!


Lootbags can be opened by selecting them from the Toybox. This will reveal the contents of the Lootbag in front of you. The fantastic prizes you can receive include Weapons, Balls and Drinks. The quality of these rewards depend on the Tier of the Lootbag. Items can be showed off in the hub or in game. Others - such as Balls - are super rare and can only be found in within the bags. You can’t even get them in the store!


1. Whilst in the Factory hub, click on the Toy Box in your main hotbar
2. Tap on the golden sword called "Loot"
3. Tap the pot to access your Lootbags!

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Hey guys, if you don't already know me I'm ChrisBambii the Strike Build Lead!
In preparation for server release we're releasing the first Map Pack, 'Global Offensive', which contains 5 maps! Yes 5 maps!

The first two maps are some brand new maps from CS:GO; Cache and Overpass!

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The next two maps are some returning community favourites! Firing range and Sandstorm, which are both community made maps.
Sandstorm was our first ever community made map and made by Maxpetermail while Firing Range was made by TheguynamedToby!

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Finally... Jabba's Palace!
Originally from Star Wars Battlefront 2 this is a brand new map to Strike with a unique map layout.

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This is a followup post from the previous Update Announcement posted yesterday.


A large amount of the update was focused on bringing Strike to the standard we are happy with; hence this post.
We have decided that the server should be 1.9.4 (also allowing newer versions) rather than being 1.8 Minecraft. This is due to our initial tests showing that 1.9 clients on a 1.8 version of MCStrike were too unstable and lagged or crashed too much in development. Choosing 1.9.4 has allowed us to have many new features - such as improvements with resource packs - that will benefit the quality of game modes we can produce for you!

Changes to the Loadout Editor
The loadout editor is now just an editor, rather than an editor with an inbuilt store. We have therefore re-introduced a MCStrike Shop as the place to purchase new equipment. Separating these will hopefully reduce the confusion some new players face of how to acquire new equipment and guns.


When you are in a game, opening your inventory will show the default loadouts for classes, and your “Custom Loadouts” which unlock at level 5, 10 and 15. You can use the Loadout Editor when in a Lobby or a Hub to modify the custom loadouts, giving you access to guns and equipment not found in the default loadouts. You will need to head back over the Shop in the Strike hub’ to buy new guns and equipment.

Firstly, select the class you want to use, but remember that each class gives you a different perk. Afterwards, you can then choose the gun and camo for your primary weapon. All classes now have their own equipment to choose from. Each class now has 3 unique equipment but you can only use 2 in your loadout so try them all out to find the perfect combination. Finish off your loadout by naming it something awesome, only available if you have...