Published: 12 July 2022
Big Time is a multiplayer action RPG setting you and your friends out on an adventure across time and space.
The Big Time project was launched in Q1 2020. It is an action cooperative RPG played from a third-person perspective. You can play in a group of six people, travel across time, kill monsters, conquer dungeons (game locations), or obtain cosmetic NFTs. The cosmetic NFTs can be sold at the official marketplace for fiat or crypto.
Development initially focuses on PC. However, it will certainly include other platforms in the future.
Four characters are available: Time Warrior, Chronomancer, Shadowblade, Quantum Fixer.
Each of the characters has its own unique characteristics, which are further supported by a selection from six available weapons.
We can also meet the “Time Machine”, which acts as a portal.
Minimum system requirements:
Processor: Intel core i5 4430 / AMD FX 6300
Graphics card: GeForce GTX 1060 or better / Radeon Rx 580 or better
Memory: 8 GB RAM
DirectX: 11 or better
Storage: 10 GB
The specifications may be modified depending on the game’s development.
The game will not have a pure Play-2-Earn mode, but the economy will include limited edition virtual items, known as NFTs. These will be supported by the blockchain technology, allowing players to acquire real value items directly in the game.
Pre-registration for the first NFT sale is on the website, just subscribe to the mailing list. NFT trading is currently planned to take place for Ethereum. Big Time aims to create a token after early access. Its name or usage is not known yet.
There is currently no tradeable token available.
Big Time Studios has acquired a star team of veterans from the gaming industry, such as Epic Games, Blizzard, EA and Riot. They have individually participated in some of the most popular series in the gaming history, including Fortnite, God of War, Call of Duty and Overwatch.
Thor Alexander – EA – Development director
Matthew Tonks – EA / EpicGames – Senior AI programmer
KenHarsha – EA – Art Director
The team works around the world, combining creativity, technical innovation and business leadership to define new standards in the gaming industry.
“Big Time was supposed to be launched in early 2022. Unfortunately, the developers are late, but the gaming community is still in a very positive mood. From the few released videos it can be seen that the team is doing really well. We are still in the pre-alpha phase. A Road map does not exist yet, but it should be published in the upcoming months. The project has a cooperation with Binance, where you can also buy a VIP pass, mystery boxes, NFT cards, etc. The team is very active and distributes information via Medium, Discord and Twitter. It is not known yet when they will launch their own marketplace, but they want to avoid gas fees. The big plus is that Big Time won’t be Pay-To-Win, citing:
“We will not allow players to pay for abilities that give them a gaming advantage over other players.”