RIFT Prime kicks off progression server while Trion reclaims names

The day is finally here. RIFT Prime, the new progression server that is bringing players back to the core game, has gone live following a period of downtime and patching. Requiring a subscription to access, Prime has stripped out most of the cash shop and all of the newer areas to provide a more level starting ground for new and veteran players.

“This server returns us to the launch of RIFT, when the level cap was 50 and all of the great Dragons awaited,” Trion posted. “Over time, we will unlock new content and levels together! There are no boosts, no supply crates, no equipment, no bags on the RIFT Prime in-game store for credits; they will be offered for in-game currency. This is the world of RIFT before free-to-play, accessible to any and all who are Patrons! It’s going to be a CHALLENGE!”

Full patch notes are up for those taking an extra minute or two before jumping into the fray. Don’t wait too long, as names have become a hot commodity in the game again. With today’s update, Trion Worlds also reclaimed abandoned names that have been attached to disused characters. Those options are now available on a first-come, first-named basis, so make sure to get yours.

And if you’re looking for a guild, there’s a forum for that. Good luck!

Source: Patch notes
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