This comprehensive guide will provide you with a safe Prestige Client Download link!
For anyone that has not heard of the Prestige Client it is a Ghost client made for Minecraft 1.19.4/ 1.20. The default key set for opening the client’s GUI is right shift.
Self described as “a premier Ghost Client that stands out as the best client on the market.” They are confident about their client and its abilities, so let’s put it to the test and see if these claims are true.
Prestige is not a free client, you can purchase one month of access for 5 euros or a lifetime of access for 10 euros. There is also a plus version selling for 30 euros which includes early access to updates.
Here are some modules offered by the client
This module automatically places and explodes end crystals to damage nearby opponents,the module has a few settings and works surprisingly well!
This module stops the client from waiting for server side confirmation when breaking end crystals, i’m not sure why this is its own module and not a setting within the auto crystal module.
This module when toggled places an anchor on the block you are looking at and charges it with glow stone.
This module does not charge anchors, but it will attempt to blow up already charged anchors when you look at them.
This module automatically places totems in your offhand to keep you alive for as long as possible!
So in conclusion the Prestige client is not terrible, I have definitely made reviews on worse clients in the past, but at the same time it isn’t the best client I have ever used.
It is just kind of average
I don’t want to solely target Prestige here;
None of the 1.20 ghost clients have really impressed me
They all offer features like auto bridge or aimbot which can be used to gain an unfair advantage on mini game servers, while also offering features like auto crystal or auto anchor which are not made for minigame servers.
I believe this is because they are targeting players who play on vanilla crystal pvp servers. This would make the most sense to me, but I don’t think the clients market themselves for that use case and end up leaving some players very disappointed.
Pretty much every ghost client I have reviewed for Minecraft 1.20 has disappointed me. They all offer the bare minimum, just enough features to be classified as a ghost client while offering a few mediocre modules on top of that to charge users ridiculous amounts for access.
I’m generally hesitant to speak so negatively about clients, especially newer or smaller ones. but in this case I think it is something that needs to be talked about.
Again I don’t want to single out prestige. It does offer some value through modules that work well, I still feel it is overpriced for what is actually offered.
But again there are other ghost clients out there charging ridiculous amounts for barely any modules or special features.
The linked video below is part of my CCO (Complete Client Overview) series, a segment I curate on my gaming-centric YouTube channel. This particular episode embodies my commitment to thoroughly test and review various clients to provide you with a convenient, comprehensive overview.
Through this series, I aim to assist and guide my audience by sharing valuable information, making it easier for you to choose a Minecraft Client. Whether you’re a seasoned gamer or new to the scene, these episodes are crafted to be an essential resource for your convenience and informed decision-making.
When you click the download button below, you’ll be directed to a link locker. Here, you’ll encounter simple tasks that aim to grant you access to the download link. These tasks are essential in covering the hosting costs for this website.
Upon choosing a task, all that’s needed is to let your computer remain idle for around 30 seconds to a minute. The task will automatically mark as completed without requiring any actual action from you.
After this, you’ll seamlessly be redirected to the official client website. Here, you can easily proceed with the download process.