NetEase's Sci-Fi Strategy Game Infinite Lagrange Comes West June 2nd
Sci-fi gaming fans in the Americas are getting a new offering from NetEase very soon -- June 2nd to be exact. The game, Infinite Lagrange, has only been available in Europe until now, but soon players in the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, and other countries will be able to access it via PC or console. Infinite Lagrange is a PvE game in which players can work together in real-time to build a galactic empire. This is achieved by conquering new territories, expanding bases, constructing stations, and building bigger and better fleets of ships with which to do it all.
The game offers players a wide range of possibilities when it comes to building ships, including visual enhancements and technology. The better players' ships are, the better things like massive space battles, exploration of unknown space, and treasure hunting will go for them. And there will be plenty of that. Of course, there's strategy involved too as players are faced with new objectives every season. But you won't be strategizing against your fellow players. Instead, you'll work together to complete each season's goal and share the rewards at the end.
Players in the Americas can pre-register for Infinite Lagrange on the game's website. However, at the moment it seems to be for iOS and Android only, so keep an eye out for the PC registrations soon, as cross play between mobile and PC will be available.
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