Several weeks ago, Hulong Transglobal detected unusual energy patterns rippling across the Portal Network. Originally believed to be an echo of the same pattern seen in the Kythera Anomaly Series, it is now clear that this #EosImprint is connected to the Kythera outcome, but not the same signature. In response, the NIA has initiated a new project similar to the Eos Protocol. Agents are tasked with working to install new safeguards in the Portal Network:
From Thursday, 26 May, 16:00 UTC to Monday, 6 June, 16:00 UTC, earn the Eos Imprint medal by accumulating Event Points through the following qualifying actions:
- 25 points for each field of 50k+ MU created
- 16 points for each Portal Scan successfully uploaded
- 9 points for each link of 1km+ in length created
- 4 points for each Portal captured
- 1 point for each Glyph correctly drawn
A new metric EOS Points Earned will be added to your Agent Profile for the duration of Eos Imprint to help you monitor the number of Event Points you have earned. The Eos Imprint Medal is a 3-tiered medal:
- Gold: 8,000 points
- Silver: 4,000 points
- Bronze: 2,000 points
Kythera Winning Faction Bonus
After the Kythera Anomaly Series concludes on 27 June 2022, the winning Faction will earn an additional retroactive 25% bonus to their Eos Points Earned. This bonus will be applied to each Agent’s individually earned Event Points (rounded to the nearest Eos Point Earned). Upon receiving the bonus, individual Agents may need to restart their Scanner before obtaining a higher tier Eos Imprint medal.
In the event of Faction Change, only points earned when the Agent was on the winning Faction will be taken into consideration when calculating the bonus.
During the event period, the Ingress Scanner is expected to exhibit the following behaviors:
- Links shorter than 8km in length can be created under Fields (all other preconditions still apply)
- 9-minute Drone cooldown
As always, please remember to be aware of your surroundings. We encourage players to follow local health and safety guidelines when playing Ingress (such as wearing masks and maintaining at least six feet/two meters of distance from other people). For the latest on in-game events and feature updates, be sure to check COMM > NEWS.
— The Ingress Team