Online action RPG Big Time launches into Early Access for Gold Pass owners
Big Time is now available for Gold Pass owners to play in early access.
Big Time, an online action RPG in development by AAA-quality developers has officially released yesterday on April 19th into early access. This version is currently only available for owners of the Gold Pass NFT.
Players who bought the Gold Pass from either OpenSea or the Binance NFT marketplace are now able to redeem their NFT over at the game’s website. Once you have successfully redeemed your Gold Pass, the NFT is burned, after which you are given the option to download the game’s launcher and dive right into the early access version using the same login information used on the Big Time Marketplace.
Not only does the NFT let you play the exciting third-person title early, but it also gives you other benefits as part of the Gold Pass VIP program: access to a private VIP Gold Pass Discord server, “ongoing tutorials with the game team during EAL,” and an onboarding live stream from the game developers themselves.
Holders of the other Passes, including Silver, Jade and Ruby, will be able to play the early access version at a later date, with Silver Pass owners next in line, followed by Jade and then Ruby. Aside from being able to play earlier, other advantages include varying NFT drop availability and drop rate. Gold Pass players get to enjoy an ‘insane’ drop rate with a wide range of valuable NFTs able to be dropped, while Jade Pass owners on the other hand won’t have such a diverse range of NFTs available as rewards, with the drop rate also not being as high as it is for those who get to play in the first 4 weeks of the game’s early access launch.
The third-person action MMORPG lets you play as one of 4 different classes: Time Warrior, Chronomancer, Shadowblade and Quantum Fixer. Easily change classes on the spot depending on your team’s needs – is your squad missing a healer? Use the Quantum Fixer. Need someone to get up close and personal? The Time Warrior will do the job.
Team up with up to 6 players when raiding procedurally-generated dungeons, with AI filling in if there are not enough players in the team. Dungeons can reward you with items in the form of NFTs you can sell on the game’s marketplace. Outside dungeons you can interact with hundreds of other players in various ‘social spaces and open world levels.’