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Tap Titans 2 Strategy Guide: How to Prestige the Right Way

We’ve covered so much about Tap Titans 2 over the past few days, but there are some topics of the game that deserve a guide of their own apart from the general strategy guide we already gave you. But before we get to that, let us get you up to speed on this new game from Game Hive, which you can now get for your Android or iOS device. Tap Titans 2 is the sequel to the original Tap Titans, and like the original, it’s a clicker RPG where you can defeat Titans and bosses by forming a lineup of active heroes (actually just one) and passive ones, and making sure that your heroes are accompanied by the right pets. There are ten in-game worlds to discover here and more than 120 different Titans, so this does make for quite an in-depth mobile gaming experience.

When it comes to clicker games, you probably here some words or phrases more than others, such as “make it rain,” but especially “prestige” used as a verb. Prestiging is the process of bringing your game back to the very start and the very first level and oftentimes losing your powers, weapons, or the like, but relying on the presence of special items that allow you to progress faster in your next go-around. So how can you prestige in this game and do it right? Read on, as we’ll cover that in our new Tap Titans 2 strategy guide, which talks about this all-important process.

1. The Basics Of Prestiging

One thing hasn’t changed from the original Tap Titans when it comes to prestiging, and it’s the fact that in most cases, you can only do so at level 600 or later. Other than that, the only way you can prestige before level 600 is if you are not currently entered in a tournament, and if you start the tournament afterwards. Just hit the Join button, and voila – you’re going to prestige automatically. That’s all well and good, but take note of the catch therein – you won’t get as many relics as you normally would.

2. Oftentimes, It’s Best To Wait Till You’re Past Level 600

As a matter of fact, we would recommend that you don’t prestige until you’ve gone past level 600. You might want to get more artifacts as a result of prestiging, so if you want to do this, wait until your hero level has gone up a bit, complete more levels and kill more bosses, while unlocking more heroes. Although it might sound like the logical thing to do to level up your current heroes, there’s a bigger effect when you’ve got some new heroes as far as determining your artifact total is concerned. Be patient and bide your time – you just may be rewarded quite richly for waiting it out.

3. What Can You Do If You’ve Got Lots Of Relics?

If you currently have a lot of relics on you, then you’ve got the option to buy a new artifact or upgrade an existing one, should the latter option be available. Always take artifact damage into account, as that’s going to be a game-changer of sorts once your game is reset and the prestiging process is done. You want to get good value for your relics, so with that in mind, upgrade the artifact where the multiplier per relic usage is at its highest. You can also get an all-new relic if the ones you have aren’t to your liking.

4. Make It Rain Right Before You Prestige

Tap Titans 2 has a Make it Rain feature, and this would become available to you either via daily reward, or by buying it with diamonds. As we explained in our general guide, it’s best to Make it Rain at a point where you’re especially close to prestiging. For example, you may want to use it at level 599, just as you’re inching toward level 600, or whatever level you’re thinking of prestiging at, should you be shooting for better effects. That’s going to give you the best odds of living up to the term “Make it Rain” – earning a ton of cash through this classical idle clicker feature.

5. Don’t Prestige If You Don’t Have Enough Artifacts

It’s as simple as that – why prestige when you won’t have enough artifacts to make it worth it? You wouldn’t want to waste your time resetting your game in hopes of going through things faster, only to experience the same old grind. All you’ll get to help you are the additional pets that you may have acquired, and pets don’t get affected by prestiging, if you come to think of it. Don’t rush things, and wait until you’re sure you’ll be getting something worthwhile out of your prestige attempt.

6. How To Reset Your Artifacts, And Why This Is A Bad Idea

Unfortunately, the only option you have if you want to reset your artifacts and get new ones is to delete Tap Titans 2, and reinstall it on the App Store or Play Store. But why bother with this process anyway? Remember once again that you can only prestige once you reach level 600, and that’s a lot of time and effort in order to get there. If you don’t like the artifacts you get, you can always hope that things turn out differently the next time around.

7. Join A Clan

Unlike most other clicker RPGs, Tap Titans 2 allows you to join clans, and if you consider the social benefits of joining one, then it is in your best interests to do so. It’s also in the best interests of prestiging, especially if you’ve joined a clan at the highest challenge level applicable to you. Take part in the challenges, difficult as they may seem, as you’ll get a higher multiplier once somebody is able to defeat the raid boss for the day. Higher multipliers, of course, mean more chances to prestige, with those chances coming up faster.

8. Prestige By Letting Your Other Heroes Kill Enemies Automatically

Most players prefer to let their automatic or passive heroes take care of the killing while they sit back and relax, without having to tap at all. If you choose to play the game this way, we suggest buying the hero upgrades while your automatic heroes are doing their thing quickly. That’s going to allow you to prestige faster, but in case we didn’t mention it enough last time, it’s not really worth prestiging if you won’t get enough relics as a result of that action.