Hop Into Babylon's Fall Early Access Today
If you purchased the digital de-luxe edition, that is.
Today's the day, if you’ve purchased the digital de-luxe version of Babylon's Fall, you can hop into the game and get started on its first Season of content. For those wondering, seasons in Babylon's Fall should last about three months – more or less. Each season will feature its own Battle Pass and rankings with players receiving rewards at the end of the season based on their rank. Of course, there will be rewards for unlocking battle pass tiers as well. It’s all pretty standard.
To rank up in Babylon's Fall, players will need to accumulate BP. This can be done by completing missions, orders, and quests. Again, it’s pretty much what you'd expect from a rankings system.
In honor of the first season, Square Enix is offering special commemorative items in the Garaz shop. These consist of various cosmetics, including vanity packs and cloaks.
If you haven't already purchased Babylon's Fall but would like to join Early Access, the preorders are still up on the game's Steam Page.
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