Join Big Time VIP Program for Bonus Rewards

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More rewards are coming to Big Time players through a VIP program. This new player recognition system will offer ongoing rewards, the first of which is a bonus roll when collecting BIGTIME tokens from Boss chests!

Big Time adds a new player reward system in the form on their VIP program. Players can unlock the various VIP tiers simply by holding BIGTIME tokens.

The lowest VIP tier, Common, requires holding 25,000 BIGTIME tokens (currently worth about $4500 USD), so this isn’t a program for everyone. The amount of tokens required scales up to 200K at Legendary rank, though there are an additional five ranks after that whose requirements are unrevealed. Tiers are updated daily based on number of tokens held in players’ Open Loot accounts.

The Big Time team says they plan to offer many bonuses to those in their VIP program in the future. But, just to get things started, they have implemented a ‘BIGTIME VIP Bonus Roll’. This bonus roll provides players with additional BIGTIME tokens from the boss chests depending on the player’s VIP tier.

Big Time community quest to unlock new craftable items
community quest to unlock new craftable items

Big Time Leaderboards

Getting into the VIP program requires a lot of BIGTIME tokens. But for hardcore players, there are opportunities to acquire a significant amount of tokens through the BIGTIME Leaderboard.

Crafting is at the heart of Big Time. Players gather resources on adventures and equip their Spaces with various crafting stations to create cosmetic items. And to help promote player activity, Big Time has been running a Preseason Leaderboard Airdrop event. Players earn points by ranking up and entering Prestige Portals. But the most points come from crafting collectibles. Additionally, Big Time runs regular, weekly events that offer bonus points for accomplishing specific tasks. Check their Discord chat for info on the latest event.

These leaderboards run in cycles, with rewards of BIGTIME tokens airdropped to the players in 16 weekly installments. Points reset with each round.

You can read more about this in the official Big Time Wiki and see the current BIGTIME Leaderboard status on the website.

What is Big Time?

Big Time is a fantasy, MMORPG, dungeon crawler game. Players adventure in teams of up to six players or head out of their own. The action is fast-paced, with players often wading through large groups of enemies. Adventures are instanced, and only available to the current party. Each one generally includes a number of objectives with a big boss to defeat at the end.

Big Time features the usual trio of tank, healer, damage dealer, with four classes to choose from — Time Warrior, Quantum Fixer, Chronomancer, and Shadow Blade. And though the adventures are exclusive to the party, there is an open social hub with merchants and such.

Players can find NFT items on adventures, or craft them using their Space, a crafting/housing NFT. Players can also customize the items they find to enhance the player’s preferred stats. Place crafting stations and cosmetic items in their Space to make it your own.

Big Time has an interesting system that allows players to level up with multiple classes. Players have Pocket Watches, which keep track of their progress in each class. Players can use these watches to switch classes at any time. This lets players experience all of the different characters, without the annoyance of logging in and out and maintaining separate inventories.

Big Time is currently in closed alpha, available to those with Silver, Gold, and Ruby Passes, and anyone who owns a SPACE NFT. Though they do hold regular giveaways for passes on their social media channels.

For a full review and guide, read our Big Time review here. You can also visit their website, follow them on Twitter, and join their Discord chat.

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