In Tower of Fantasy, the time is called “Aida Time”.
If you want to track the game’s time, you need to know how to read Aida Time.
Aida Time has multiple symbols like the sunset, sunrise, sun, and moon.
It does not have numbers, so the clock is hard to read.
You need to know the in-game time for certain events or activities.
For example, watching the fireworks on Cetus Island requires the time to be 22:00.
In this guide, you’ll learn what is Aida Time in Tower of Fantasy, how to read it, and whether you can change the in-game time.
What is Aida Time in Tower of Fantasy?
Aida Time in Tower of Fantasy is the in-game time.
The clock contains 4 big symbols including sunrise, sunset, sun, and moon.
You can select each symbol to see the corresponding time.
For example, if you select the sun symbol, it’ll say that the time is “Noon 11:00-13:00”.
You can also see the current time on top of the clock (e.g. Dawn 6:48).
How the time works is that 40 minutes in real life is a full day in Tower of Fantasy.
40 minutes IRL = 24 hours (a full day) in Tower of Fantasy.
1 minute IRL = 36 minutes (1440/40) in Tower of Fantasy.
Hence, if you want half the day (12 hours) to pass in the game, you need to wait for 20 minutes in real life.
If you want a quarter of the day (6 hours) to pass in the game, you need to wait for 10 minutes in real life.
Can you change the time in Tower of Fantasy?
No, you cannot change the time in Tower of Fantasy.
This is because it’s an online game and you’re sharing the world with other players.
The in-game time syncs with Tower of Fantasy’s servers.
It corresponds with Aida Time—you can view it by selecting the sun symbol next to the minimap.