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Infinite Mode is a gamemode where enemies of all types in the game will keep spawning until you can't defend your base anymore. This is the mode where most players gets high amounts of gems because of the damage task and the daily Infinite Mode task.

The main goal of this game mode is to last as long as you can using your units. Once a player’s base reaches zero, an EXP I (90%) or EXP II (10%) is given to the player for every 10 rounds they completed, and three EXP units per 10 round in extreme mode.

Auto skipping and manual skipping may be used as advantages throughout a match of infinite mode as well.

You are unable to auto skip after wave 60 if there is at least 60+ enemies on the map.

The enemies throughout the game gets stronger (more hp), and faster the higher the wave number.

You can also gain experience for the Star Pass by playing infinite mode.

Infinite mode also has 3 more variants. Air, Elemental, and Double Path Infinite
  • Air: Air mode can be accessed by choosing the Demon Slayer map when entering Infinite mode. Air infinite mode is basically the same as normal Infinite mode. However, the normal enemies will be replaced with Air mobs. Air mobs can only be damaged and by Hill and Hybrid units.
  • Elemental: Elemental mode can be accessed by choosing the Naruto map when entering Infinite mode. Elemental infinite mode is basically the same as normal infinite mode. However, the normal enemies will be replace with Elemental mobs. Elemental mobs can only be damaged by units who deal special effects, including burn, poison, freeze, Black Flame, slow, etc. They can also be damaged by manual abilities, Controllable units, and Summoning units. You can find most of these units here. There are no Air enemies in Elemental infinite mode.
  • Double Path: Double Path mode can be accessed by choosing the Namek map when entering Infinite mode. Double Path infinite mode is basically the same as normal infinite mode. However, there will be two seperate paths which enemies can walk down on. It is recommended to bring a partner so that each of you can focus on a path each. Units with a large range and Full AOE are also recommended to hit both paths at the same time.
  • Training Mode: Training Mode can be accessed in the Infinite Mode area in World 2. This mode is basically a sandbox-type mode which allows you to test out your units easier. There is a board which can be used to spawn and modify enemies, you can set how much health they have, their speed, enemy type, and their path. There is no wave-like spawn system and you need to spawn the enemies one by one. Any rewards and the like (damage task, exp units, etc.) can not be achieved here.


There is also a leaderboard just outside the lobby area projecting the top 20 players who got to the highest wave, showing the wave achieved and the person who achieved it.

Players on the leaderboards when it resets will receive 1000 gems and an exclusive unit. The exclusive unit for Normal Infinite is First Wood Bender, the First Wood Bender. (previously was Club Beast). The exclusive unit for Air infinite is Dark Wing. The exclusive unit for Elemental Infinite is Martial Artist. And the exclusive unit for Double Path infinite is Old Will.

For more information about the infinite leaderboards visit Leaderboards.


Notes:

  • A type of enemy called Air will spawn on wave 12 or wave 13 that can only be attacked by hill or hybrid units.

Difficulty Modes

Normal - You earn the normal amount of EXP and Gold you usually do and the enemies aren't hard to begin with.

Extreme - You earn 3x the amount of EXPs and Gold as normal mode but the enemies have x10 more HP and are x3 faster.

Rewards

90% chance to get after completing 10 Infinite Mode rounds (3x from Extreme Mode).
10% chance to get after completing 10 Infinite Mode rounds (3x from Extreme Mode).
  • A small amount of gold coins (3x from Extreme Mode).
  • A small amount of player EXP (3x from Extreme Mode).
  • You do NOT get gems from this, but it is easy to grind damage in Infinite Mode to complete the Damage Task and get rewarded gems.

Leaderboards

For more information about the infinite leaderboards visit this page

Trivia

  • Everyone can only place 24 units on a Quad Infinite, Whilst you can place 32 on a Trio Infinite and 44 on a Duo Infinite, And on a solo queue you can place 88, though it's impossible to place that much units on solo queue.
    • It's highly likely that you can place 96 units on solo Infinite due to the product of both 24 and 32.
Gamemodes
ChallengeInfinite ModePvPStory ModeRaidsTrialsAdventure
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