Learn how to play Ingress Prime with these fun tutorials

Learn how to play Ingress Prime with these fun tutorials

Learn how to play Ingress Prime with these fun tutorials

United States software developer Niantic might be best known for Pokémon GO nowadays, but this wasn't always the case. With GO now almost two-and-a-half years into its lifespan, Niantic has been able to return some of its focus to its own IP.

Niantic is celebrating 6 year anniversary since the release of Ingress and new updated version of Ingress has been launched.

If you already play it, you'll now be able to prestige, which is a nice new goal to work towards. Prime also comes with a new tutorial that properly explains the point of the game, and therefore allow players to make an informed decision, of whether to join the "Enlightened" clan or the "Resistance" clan.

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Many GO players have hit the level cap as well - especially since the implementation of the friendship system.

Jump into the game for yourself and you'll find a new onboarding experience there to help you even further. It's the flawless time to get back into the game if you've fallen out of it. In other words, Prime pushes the reset button on the game's story and gives players a clean slate.

In Ingress Prime players (dubbed agents) are tasked with visiting virtual portals situated around real-world landmarks in order to collect "Exotic Matter". Although we do not cover Ingress regularly on the Hub, we do cover it to some extent on Metahub, our sister website, where you can get all the latest leaks and information about Ingress Prime. Tell us in the comments.

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