NFT game BigTime announces its big reveal on how its in-game economy will play out, hinting that it will be similar to web2 titles such as Valorant and Fortnite
Big Time recently unveiled its in-game economy on Twitter just this week. After several months of teasing, Big Time studios released a comprehensive overview of its planned economy, describing it as a “cosmetic-based economy”.
Developers of the action-packed NFT game liken their economy to iconic web2 titles such as Valorant, League of Legends, and Fortnite. In case you’re not aware, these games primarily contain skins and cosmetics that can be worn by characters or applied to items used by players.
Big Time’s “cosmetic economy” will be centered around the distribution of in-game digital NFT cosmetics that have a limited supply and are entirely unique. The upcoming NFTs will not only look appealing, but they will also come with the perks that come with being an NFT – meaning they can be traded and sold for profit.
Big Time’s cosmetic NFTs can be acquired by defeating enemies or purchasing them from other players in the Marketplace. They can be traded and sold by players. Additionally, players will be granted exclusive access to certain areas in the game such as a lounge or portal.
What is Big Time?
Big Time is an upcoming multiplayer action RPG crypto game that seeks to combine fast-paced combat within an adventure fantasy setting.
Using $Time as its native cryptocurrency, players can participate in the game by acquiring SPACE and Utility NFTs. SPACE is digital land while Utility NFTs enable players to craft their own cosmetic NFTs.
Players will be able to explore ancient civilizations by picking up rare NFT loot and tokens as they fight or battle against enemies. Using a range of four different classes, you will be tasked with this journey depending on which class you pick.
Big Time looks to take a page out of the web2 success book to emulate its cosmetic-based economy. Furthermore, its latest reveal seeks to leverage the wave of upcoming highly anticipated NFT games to strategically position itself as one of the most sought NFT games in the market.
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