Infinite Lagrange’s latest update sends players on a perilous journey to the Angulum Cluster
NetEase Games has just announced an update for its mobile sci-fi sim Infinite Lagrange, which now features a new space system. By signing the new Angulum Cluster Adventure Agreement by the NOMA Shipping Group, players will be able to send ships for missions in this new region. Angulum has now become the Fleet Adventure Agreement’s latest target.
The Angulum Cluster is quite a unique region with three stars that form a triangular area between them. It is also a place of extreme Warping Reverberations that causes the stars to give out radiation jets at high frequencies. This in turn messes with the space warping parameters, increasing the entropy, and ultimately disabling Warp Drive use in the area.
Owning to all the difficulty involved in travelling to this cluster, the NOMA Shipping Group is allowing only a small number of explorers that have an Angulum Pass to travel to the triangle. There they will collect data on the harsh environment and warping capabilities in exchange for special avatars, the Spears of Uranus special livery, and more items.
These missions will begin in a base called the Safe Zone where players rest and plan ahead. The place has both port and production line facilities alongside a NOMA Liaison Office which grants access to ship trading services, auxiliary ship services, and more such facilities. Since warping is nearly impossible because of the entropy, NOMA will also be providing temporary Warping Stability Zone coordinates for each camp.
It is said that the Sacrum Chu Imperium once had routes that passed through the Angulum star system. While the empire may not have lasted, a multitude of historical relics has been left behind. Finding them is the primary requirement in the agreement, alongside uncovering the many mysteries that this dangerous cluster holds.
Get ready to depart to the perilous Angulum Cluster by downloading Infinite Lagrange now for free.