If you want to survive in Infinite Lagrange’s universe, you are going to need to have a fleet. Not just any fleet, but a well balanced one. For example, a fleet full of destroyers definitely isn’t a balanced one. Each ship has a role to fulfill and that’s something to take into consideration when you are putting together your fleet.

Types of ships

There are two types of ships: Utility ones and Warships.

How to obtain ships

There are two ways you can acquire a ship in Infinite Lagrange. One is by trading with NPC factions outposts and the other is by building them. In order to build a ship you are going to need to have the appropriate ‘Blueprint’ and shipyard. Dockyards go based on class with the exception of hangars which can be used by fighters and corvettes. Speaking about classes, every warship belongs to one of the following classes:

Warships

There are 7 different warship classes overall and each model has up to three variants.

  • FRIGATE
    The smallest ship class that players can produce in the early game. There are nine models with multiple variants.
  • CRUISER
    One of the largest warship classes, players need to have a ‘Cruiser Dockyard’ in order to build them. There are seven models with multiple variants.
  • DESTROYER
    A ‘Destroyer Dockyard’ is needed so players can build this class of warships. There are seven models with multiple variants.
  • BATTLECRUISER
    The most powerful class of Warship, battlecruisers become available once Battlecruiser Dockyard is completed. There are four different models for this class.
  • CARRIER
    A warship class designed to transport Corvettes, Fighters and small crafts. There are two models available for this class.
  • FIGHTER
    The smallest class of warships, they cannot be used until the 5th base expansion when the ‘Aircraft Assembly Line’ is completed. There are at least 11 different models for this class.
  • CORVETTE
    A low hp but high mobility and damage class, Corvettes are transported by carrier crafts. There are at least seven models for this class.

Utility Ships

With that being said, having a strong fleet to attack or defend isn’t everything. You also need Utility ships which can mine resources and build structures such as outposts and mining platforms. There are three utility ship models which are the following:

  • X8 – Small Utility Ship
    This is the only model that can build in the early stages of the game.
  • X10 – Medium Utility Ship
    This model becomes available after players expand their base to zone 4.
  • X20 – Large Utility Ship
    This model will become available once players expand their base to zone 8.

Beginner Tips

If you just started the game and you are not sure as to which ships to built first, here’s a few tips for you.

FG300 Armored Frigate

The best choice for an early game defensive ship, FG300 Armored variant Frigate packs 11.150 HP to go along with 15 armor and it can easily frontline your fleet.

Winged Hussar Destroyer

Winged Hussar is an Anti-Ship type Destroyer with an impressive damage output that can carry you to the later stages of the game. The blueprints for this ship can be obtained through the Black Market Tech Files.

If you have any questions regarding Infinite Lagrange or there’s something that you would like us to add to this article, let us know in the comment section down below!

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