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Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate’s Infinity Mode Detailed


Learn more about the Infinity Mode coming to Koei Tecmo and Omega Force’s Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate with the first details of this 12 tower challenge.

All players will be able to take on the Trial of Zeus in this title’s new Infinity mode. Bringing along a three-player party, this mode has players making an attempt to clear the trials of the 12 towers. Each dungeon will represent the different signs of the zodiac, with completion of each trial netting players unlockable characters, experience points, and the chance to strengthen weapons through battle. Just be warned that gradually tougher enemies will be present with each advancement.

Note that each character that has been raised to level 100 will return to a rank of 1, enabling you to further strengthen them and expand their skill tree. These promotions can happen a total of 10 times, and will allow players to boost favorite characters to the absolute limit. Along the way, powerful Sacred Treasures can also be interchanged among different characters.

The title will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on February 14, 2020.

Source: Press Release
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