NetEase’s multiplayer sci-fi space sim Infinite Lagrange gets a ‘generation legacy version’ in August


Despite the game only being out for around seven months on PC and over a year on mobile, it looks as if Netease-developed multiplayer sci-fi sim Infinite Lagrange is hitting something of a reset button, as the studio will launch a “generation legacy version” of the title in August.

This so-called legacy version marks the beginning of a “Lagrange Generation,” with a new world story and a unique Strategic Assets game mode that tasks players with identifying and using strategic assets. A recent preview showcases several other upcoming features of this new era, including a new social hub feature, collection of tech files, and expansion of industry gameplay. More details are being promised later.

Meanwhile, this week saw a smaller patch arrive that optimized graphics, squashed a couple of bugs, and added a pop-up alert for when players receive a blueprint they already own.

sources: press release, official site (1, 2, 3)
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