Axie Infinity Origin Download: How To Play Axie Infinity Origin v3 Early Access

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Axie Infinity starter characters in a forest setting.
Credit: Sky Mavis

Axie Infinity Origin is finally available to download, letting users play the Early Access edition of the game. Long-time Axie players and relative beginners can now explore the new ecosystem that awaits them in this new NFT game.

Axie Infinity Origin has been in the works for some time, with Sky Mavis gradually revealing new cards for its game ahead of launch.

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But now, the game is out, and players hyped are to jump into the new mode. Let's take a look at how players can play Axie Infinity Origin v3 Early Access.

How To Play Axie Infinity Origin v3 Early Access

If you want to play Axie Infinity Origin, the steps you need to take will depend on whether you are an existing Axie player or a beginner.

For Old Players

For players who are already familiar with the Axie ecosystem and have registered accounts with the platform, their marketplace accounts have already been migrated to the new sky mavis hub. To play the game, the existing users must:

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  • Log into the Mavis Hub.
  • Select and Install Axie Infinity Origin
  • Login with your previous email ID and Password to play the game.
  • To sync your NFTs, click on the "Axie" option on the home screen.

For New Players

The new players who have recently joined the emerging Axie Infinity ecosystem can also play the Origin game by following the steps mentioned below:

  • Players should register themselves with the Origin login screen to create a new ID and password
  • Log into your account and start playing the Origin game.
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It's also worth noting that Origin will likely face several issues at launch. These should get resolved through additional updates in the coming weeks and months.

Sky Mavis acknowledged this in its blog post. It stated: "The central focus for this Early Access release is to collect player feedback and gameplay data to be able to tweak and improve before a full launch."