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A fine idea in theory but while designing your own robots does have some unwanted limitations it's the dull multiplayer that really shorts its circuits.
While you can of course use Xbox Game Pass to try this out for yourself, I can't say that you'll be playing Robocraft Infinity for long. Limited tools aside, the construction process is the best thing the game has going for it, while the multiplayer just seems to play second fiddle; there's too much focus on the creation and not enough on making the game fun. I'm sure they'll add things to it, but the progression is just a tad on the frustrating side.
Despite being quite fun to build robots, Robocraft Infinity becomes very boring when it comes to playing.
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Everything about Robocraft: Infinity is simple to learn, admire, and use giving gamers the ability to jump right into the fun. There's enough in here to keep folks hooked for a while, especially for fans of UGC games. Unfortunately, there are only two battle modes. It's a robot game that emphasizes the robot and robot creation at the expense of the rest of the game.
Robocraft Infinity can certainly be a lot of fun, it has balanced multiplayer and is exciting to play.
Robocraft Infinity has released recently and continues to show its great game status with each and every playthrough on it. The game comes in with a low price tag, 19.99 USD for the base version of the game with a Deluxe and Ultimate bundle available for sale as well. The game is fun and the graphics are very good while playing on the Xbox One X. It comes in with 4k enhanced gameplay for the ultimate bot building and duelling experience.