Tower of Fantasy is a new open-world MMORPG out now for PC, iOS, and Android devices. Seen as a direct competitor to Genshin Impact, it too uses a gacha-based system to unlock unique combat abilities. There’s also a huge exploration aspect, so you’ll want to send your character searching for chests, solving puzzles, and taking down enemy strongholds.
Every day in Tower of Fantasy, you can only progress so far before you hit a wall. On day one you can reach level 18, on day two you can reach level 24, and so forth. The levels coincide with the chapters in your Wanderer’s Log, so you can check that to see how close you are to the next capping point.
That being said, once the daily reset time passes, you’ll be able to move on. There was very little content to do in the game until we hit around level 20, so be aware that day one might be a bit dull.
Things like the sign-in bonus, daily bounties, and other dailies reset at 5 a.m. EDT. If you hit a wall (as talked about above), wait until the reset time passes, after which you’ll be able to do more dailies and continue on leveling.