The ROBLOX 3.0 packages are the successor to the ROBLOXian 2.0 body package. New accounts on ROBLOX are now created with this body, along with generic clothing. It is the first face to be included upon joining. They are both among the most commonly used packages on Roblox.
The male hair features a normal brown hair with a combed and fresh style look. It is the only hair to not be included upon join, instead, Pal Hair is the join hair for males. The woman hair features a Chestnut hair-style with a bun on the back, it is also obtainable upon creating an account with the Female gender selected.
Although each package has a face for each individual one, when new users joined the faces are absent, however, the packages can be bought from the catalog. All that will be bought is the face and hair (male).
The ROBLOXian 3.0 was introduced to ROBLOX in 2012 with a price of 75 ROBUX. Shortly after, new players had begun generating with the mesh, which could be taken off and replaced with the 1.0. Many people disliked and criticized the body, but the community hate had slowly begun to drop down. The price had fallen for the new packages to 25 ROBUX and then became free. As of October 2014, approximately 1,000,000 of both bodies have been either taken or generated onto an account.
The man has thick arms, a puffed chest, rectangular legs, and a masculine face. The woman has thin arms, a calm face, a thin torso, and twig like legs. The faces included have been described by the community as creepy and unsettling. The woman package was the only package to have a noticable butt that was the best part about this according to some users, however it was removed in 2017 due to user criticism.
Like with other ROBLOX packages except for 1.0, ROBLOXian 3.0 received high amounts of criticism within the ROBLOX community. Then majority of players who prefer to wear 1.0's and 2.0's reacted to the bodies with disgust. Multiple users have noted that the package highly resembles LEGO and KRE-O action figures. Similar to the criticisms for ROBLOXian 2.0, many users consider this package an "OD'er item" and many clothes become stretched when applied. It received a major increase of dislikes compared to the 2.0. The faces were disliked due to its inhumane look. Although disliked, ROBLOX staff try their best to promote the package even by changing the ROBLOX account's look to resemble a 3.0 instead of a guest. The player type is also extremely common, even more common than the 1.0 and 2.0 player types, causing the former to be somewhat rare and the latter to be extremely scarce.