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Big Time NFT P2E game guide

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When will Big Time be released?

Big Time is set to release in 2022. We don’t have a solid launch date yet, but users that purchased one of the 12,000 VIP passes released in December 2021 will be able to play the Early Access version slated for early 2022.

What is Big Time?

Big Time, in a nutshell, is a multiplayer blockchain game.

Big Time presents something of an alternative reality, where history is collapsing in on itself compliments of some big bad that you — and theoretically every other squad in the game — is collectively fighting back against. Players can engage in certain timelines that involves real historical figures like Genghis Kahn, Billy the Kid, Albert Einstein, Joan of Arc and the like. Although it’s unclear how these NPCs will interact with player characters; perhaps they simply evoke a setting.

Big Time announced in November 2021 that it will have its own in-game token and SPACE NFTs (functioning much like virtual parcels in other metaverse games), but the crypto token has not been named at the time of writing. There will be no pre-sale or early offering of this token to anyone (including the devs), so the token is planned to be completely community-driven. The primary way to acquire this token will be by playing the game.

The game is a large project; implementing play-to-earn crypto gaming, metaverse and NFTs. In a sense, it’s completely embracing the ideals of Web3 — decentralization and token-based economies on the Internet.

While all of these aspects are relatively new to many, Meillich says that “people with zero blockchain experience are going to start collecting NFTs that have real-worth value without having to have any previous knowledge about what blockchain technology is about.”

With 1.7K Reddit users on Big Time’s subreddit and over 191K followers on Twitter, Big Time is gathering some hype. Here’s what we know so far.

Playing Big Time

Big time is a co-op action-RPG played from a third-person perspective. Players can party up into groups of six and explore a large 3D overworld and a Destiny-styled hub called Epoch City. The experience seems to take its visual cues from the likes of No Man’s Sky, Destiny, Fortnite and even Skylanders.

Time machines — that look a bit like black hole portals — are then used to pull the squad into dungeon instances, where a real-time mix of melee and magic-based combat is used to cut through swathes of enemies. These time machines can also be decorated with NFT artifacts owned by the player, and be used to swap character classes.

Players can meet and form a party of six before embarking on a journey towards the game’s dungeons, where they fight foes, overcome challenges and collect items. Collected items can be used to improve their own characters or be traded for other cryptocurrencies or fiat.

Big Time has its own NFT marketplace that enables players to trade, purchase or sell in-game assets seamlessly through its patented Vault technology, which allows payments through debit or credit cards.

The gameplay involves timelines that lets players use the same character to venture into class paths whenever they wish to, which promotes an expansive metaverse within the game. Users get access to a multiplayer digital world with multiple timelines to travel within it.

Image source: Big Time

The classes are:

The player uses a time machine to move across timelines and in something of a unique twist, players aren’t locked to one class or the other. You’re free to switch between classes with the same character, and then select the playstyle you prefer at any given time (or should that be timeline?).

We bet that there will be some strategy involved in forming a squad of players that will compliment each other in battle.

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