Galactic Conquest Battle Infinity – General FAQ

Hello everyone, this post serves to address some of the most frequently asked questions about the game.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this game singleplayer/multiplayer only?

The game allows both. You may play with friends, strangers or alone, all up to you.

When is it being released?

31 May, 2023.

Are the RTS elements true to their genres?

In the rts perspective you construct buildings, produce units, harvest for resources, research higher technological tiers and look at the scene from above, just as is expected of an rts.

For fog of war, coming soon.

How are multiplayer servers handled?

Currently the game supports playing via lan network. Dedicated server support will be added during early access. There are currently no official servers, although this may be considered in the future. We are working on steam multiplayer.

What are the playable teams/factions?

Currently the following factions are present in the game:

Centaurus mining operations

Faction bonuses:

  • Start the game with +100 rockrium.
  • +2 Movement speed in all units.
  • +20 Charge on drones.
  • +2 Harvest speed on drones.
  • +1000 Storage capacity in all resources

Milky way corporation

Faction bonuses:

  • Start the game with +100 woodrium.
  • +100 Life in all units.
  • +5 Build speed on drones.

Unlimited antennae resources

Faction bonuses:

  • Start the game with +100 metalium.
  • +5 Attack on all units.
  • +10 Repair speed on repair drones.
  • Space command center heals nearby units.

Virgo cluster corporation

Faction bonuses:

  • Start the game with +100 foodemit.
  • +5 Attack on all units.
  • +2 Movement speed in all units.
  • Space command center offers 100 population capacity

What resources are there in the game?

Resources are the rock found throughout space that, when collected in a large quantity, is used for various things, such as:

  • Build and upgrade buildings.
  • Build and upgrade units.
  • Investigate technologies.

The three main minerals are rockrium, woodrium, and metalium. They are the most common that can be found in the galaxy.

They are used to construct buildings.

  • Rockrium: common mineral, it is obtained from meteorites that abound in space.
  • Woodrium: it is a porous and fibrous structural tissue found mainly in yellow colored rocks. It is an organic material, a natural composite of cellulose fibers that are strong in tension and embedded in a lignin matrix that resists compression.
  • Metalium: is a material that, freshly prepared, polished or fractured, shows a lustrous appearance and conducts electricity and heat relatively well. Metals are typically ductile (can be drawn into wires) and malleable (can be hammered into thin sheets).

The two secondary minerals are foodemit and xeleum, they are not that easy to find in the galaxy, the option is to refine it.

  • Foodemit: green mineral, this mineral is a great source of protein and vitamins, I replace many foods. It can be mined by building farms.
  • Xeleum: in the search for a mineral to replace the ethernal, many scientists managed to create one that resembled it, it was called xeleum. It is efficient but does not achieve the performance of ethernal, it is produced in high-tech laboratories.

Rare ore

It is a non-renewable resource and is currently also the main source of energy and raw material for the generation of a wide variety of derivatives, such as the improvement of units and buildings. Ethernal (purple rock), is found in purple meteors due to its high exploitation it is difficult to obtain…

What are the game modes available in galactic conquest battle infinity?

Currently the following game modes are available:

Eliminate all

To win you must eliminate all enemy buildings and units.

Eliminate main

To win you just have to eliminate the main building (Command Space Center).

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Jan Bakowski aka Lazy Dice, was always interested in gaming and writing. His love of gaming began with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Nintendo 64) back in 1998. He’s been making game guides since 2012. Sharing his gaming experience with other players has become not only his hobby but also his job. In his free time, he plays on Steam Deck.

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