NetEase Games recently revealed Infinite Lagrange – a sci-fi space simulation game for mobile and PC – will be launching in Europe on April 21. Pre-registration is currently open, and more regions are expected to follow in the coming months.
Infinite Lagrange is billed as a “grand space simulation game” that will let players “truly immerse themselves in large-scale space battles and explore the endless depths of the universe.” It takes place in a distant future, where scientists are studying a time-space singularity known as the Lagrange Node, letting civilization quickly travel throughout the universe.
You’ll start your Infinite Lagrange career with a single, diminutive ship, before unlocking new customization options and piecing together a fleet of thousands of spaceships. You’ll also be able to team up with friends and players from your Union – the game’s version of Guilds – to wage war of a massive scale.
You can check out the game’s trailer below:
If you happen to be in Europe, you can pre-register for the title on the App Store and Google Play.
NetEase announced Infinite Lagrange will arrive in other regions later this year, but specific details are not available at this time.
While the company’s sci-fi simulation is gearing up for a launch this month, another title in its roster – Racing Master – recently ended a brief closed beta. That game currently does not have a release date, although a global launch is expected to be announced sometime in 2021.
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