Infinite Lagrange Wiki


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About the Game

Infinite Lagrange is a large scale, strategic, real-time, multi-player space simulation produced by NetEase Interactive Entertainment and available for Windows, Android, and iOS. While the game is Free-2-Play (F2P) there are elements where users can buy advantages through Pay-2-Play (P2P).

In the game, the player is commander of a faction that travels through a massive transportation network called the Lagrange System out into space where your faction will found a base and begin collecting resources to build ships, expand your base, fight privateers (and sometimes other players).

Eventually, the player's faction will need to join a Union, a group of players working together for mutual benefit and protection. Two of the game's victory conditions, Lagrange Conqueror and Galaxy Dominator both require more military force than a single faction is capable of building.

Joining the Game

The game is hosted on a number of servers, each of which is represents the area around a star somewhere in the Milky Way galaxy. Each server/star is independent of the others and it is possible to play different factions on different servers.

NetEase regularly adds new servers. Since each server represents a completely independent game, players may find it helpful to join a newer server, as well established players will have had time to build up their faction and would thus have a huge advantage over players who have just joined.

Immediately after joining the server, there is a long cut-scene that lays out the history of the Lagrange System and mankind's travels to the stars. When the cut-scene ends, the player chooses their faction name and symbol. Then there is a second cut-scene where the player's faction travels through the Lagrange System and chooses a Region of the star system they are traveling to.

Zone 1 of the faction's base is quickly constructed, then the player begins playing the game, but in a tutorial mode that leads them through constructing critical systems for their base, mining from a nearby resource node and destroying a privateer fleet.

Game Play

Much of the flow of the game, at least in the beginning, is centered around Main Missions which are organized into chapters. The missions in each chapter push the player's faction forward by providing rewards, in the form of Resources, and additional rewards for the completion of each chapter.

In Chapter 5 of the missions, one of the missions is to join a union. Many players will just pick a union and join for the sake of completing the mission, and that's fine for casual players. However, to be competitive in the game will require joining an active, well organized union. The other members of the union will be the people that the player goes to war with during the mid-game and end-game, taking on increasingly harder targets.

In addition to the main missions for each faction, there are also a series of Galactic event missions that all of the factions in the system (server) work together to achieve, many of which require a union to accomplish.

  • Ships that the player builds to accomplish their factions goals
  • The faction's Base, and the various systems and upgrades that are available
  • Resources factions need
  • How-to contains a list of pages that can walk a player through some action/process they need or want to complete
  • The User Interface
  • Miscellaneous
  • Known and suspected Bugs

Main Topics

Note: this Wiki is still a work in progress

  • Base - the player's home away from home
  • Ships - they explore, mine, fight, and build
  • Resources - need to build up your base and ships
  • User Interface - the various screens and panels in the game
  • How-to - a collection of articles
  • Miscellaneous - a collection of articles

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