For Project Playtime players who are looking for information about toy-tickets, this is a quick to help you out.
What is it
Toy Tickets are one of the two different currencies seen within Project: Playtime. The tickets can be obtained after solving puzzles, reviving Survivors, and depositing Toy Parts. Toy Tickets are used to buy Sabotages and Perks for both Monsters and Survivors.
Solving any Puzzle on a Puzzle Pillar: 20 Tickets
Pulling anybody from the Feeding Pit: 30 Tickets
Depositing a Toy Part: 5 Tickets
How to get
Toy Tickets can be obtained throughout gameplay, you can simply obtain Toy Tickets can be obtained after solving puzzles, reviving Survivors, and depositing Toy Parts. The riskier the task is, the more tickets you will obtain. Below is the key to the amount of tickets you obtain every action. In the previous section, I wrote how much you get for certain actions.
You won’t be able to get game tickets at all if you don’t do any of these things, and there doesn’t seem to be a cap on how many tickets you get during a match. You will be notified in the top right corner when you receive in-game tickets. There is also no limit on the number of tickets, since players have already learned how to wind up tickets and in a couple of actions you will have quadragintillions of tickets.
You cannot use the Toy Tickets to buy any cosmetics. Buying cosmetics being the Playcoins. You can buy passives and abilities that Survivors and Monsters can use throughout gameplay, used to make gameplay easier and more efficiently.
You can buy Perks with Toy Tickets for 600 Ticket’s each, eachtime doubling in price to upgrade the perk again until you upgrade the Perk three times.
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