The Tower of Fantasy day times can be a bit of a mystery, as you’re bound to spend time taking down enemies and progressing through the story rather than paying attention to how days are progressing. That being said, knowing the details about this mechanic can come in handy. If you’re a fan of Genshin Impact it’s likely that you’ve heard about the sci-fi take of Hotta Studio and Level Infinite. With millions of players having pre-registered already, there’s definitely a lot to look forward to. This guide details how day times work in Tower of Fantasy, as well as the weather mechanic.
Tower of Fantasy Day Times – How Long is a Day in Tower of Fantasy?
If you’re wondering how long a day is in Tower of Fantasy, the answer is 40 real-time minutes. So, for example, if a new day starts at 1 p.m., you’ll be able to see daytime once and nighttime once by 1:40 p.m. This was confirmed during a preview showcase with the development team, which was composed of a presentation about the features of the game as well as a Q&A session towards the end.
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It’s a minor detail all things considered, but it’s definitely a useful piece of information to keep in mind. Games this year have definitely been treating this differently. I remember V Rising, for example, in which knowing the day and night cycle was crucial as, well, you’re ultimately playing as a vampire that should avoid the sun at all costs. But for your regular online RPG, take Genshin Impact as reference, it may differ quite a bit. In Genshin, each of the four phases of the day (dawn, midday, dusk, and midnight) lasts six minutes.
Tower of Fantasy Weather – How it Works
If you’re wondering about the weather in Tower of Fantasy, well, there are definitely weather changes happening at random, such as rainstorms. That being said, the weather changes without any specific rules, so you don’t have to go looking for a particular region or time of day to see the clouds differ in any way.
That’s pretty much all you have to know about day times and weather in the game. Both make for some stunning views when they come together. I remember being at night patrolling around a coast when it started raining all of the sudden, only for the sun to clear the skies completely a few minutes later. It’s just a series of small things, but considering how long you’re going to be spending grinding and exploring regions, it’s good to see a different tone every now and then.
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