Three Kingdoms: Quest of Infinity Review
The Three Kingdoms-themed gacha game, Three Kingdoms: Quest of Infinity has opened its beta period and everyone can play it. Three Kingdoms: Quest of Infinity is an RPG genre game that tells the story of the battles of the best Three Kingdom heroes of their time. In this game, you not only collect and strengthen characters, but you will also be faced with strategic battles through various skill sets by combining the characteristics and strategies of each character.
This game has an interesting storyline with slick cinematic 3D, and has a turn based RPG gameplay with more than 110 characters that can be collected and used.
How much fun is this one game? Let’s look at the advantages and disadvantages of Three Kingdoms: Quest of Infinity through this one review!
Three Kingdom Themed Characters and Stories
In accordance with the name of the game, this game certainly carries the Three Kingdom theme starting from the characters to the storyline. In this game, there are several game modes where players can experience the battles they faced during the Three Kingdoms.
There are various modes that you can play
Besides being able to complete the main mission, you can also try other modes such as Daily Dungeon, Event Dungeon, Elite Dungeon, Event Conquest, Boss, to Raid Boss. Each of these modes will provide rewards that are useful for enhancing and strengthening your character.
Auto Gameplay, Can Be Played While Doing Other Activities
The auto battle feature in this game may be an advantage for some gamers, especially those who are busy. With the auto feature, you can carry out missions while doing other activities.
Friendly with Potato Phones
Three Kingdoms: Quest of Infinity is very light, even smooth to play on potato cellphones. You will not experience lag or freeze as long as you are using a smartphone with a Snapdragon 410 chipset or higher.
The following are the minimum specifications to play Three Kingdoms: Quest of Infinity smoothly.
Smartphone: Samsung Galaxy S4 or later;
Chipset: Snapdragon 410 or higher
GPU: Adreno 306;
RAM: 1.5 GB;
OS: 4.3 Jelly Bean or higher.
iPhone 6s / iPad 3 or higher.
Slightly Unattractive Graphics
One of the drawbacks of this game is that the graphics are fairly ordinary for games released in 2020. Ordinary graphics don’t mean bad, because Three Kingdoms: Quest of Infinity has 3D graphics that are quite interesting.
In conclusion, this game is recommended for those of you who like gacha games and want to play games but have a busy life in the real world. With the auto combat feature, you can play this game on the sidelines of your busy life.
Since this game is still in the beta test phase, you may encounter some minor bugs.