Infinity Wars is a genuine free-to-play trading card game. Play with fully animated cards in 3D battlefields, and assemble decks from over 800 cards and 8 stylized factions. Explore the strategic depth of simultaneous gameplay and compete in a number of PvP game modes and an extensive PvE campaign.
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Release Date: Sep 5, 2014

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June 13

Patch Notes - Version 2.0 "Reborn" Update

Link to discussion threads: Steam forums, and Lightmare forums

Hey folks! The Infinity Wars Reborn 2.0 update is here. And, this is the first time I have personally gotten to post patch notes for a game, ever. Woah.. Whoa? Yes.

To kick things off, a new login screen greets you with a randomly featured card in the game. This fresh feel doesn’t stop there, however. The campaign have received a substantial update, featuring four faction trials and over 20 missions to get you accustomed to what a game of Infinity Wars feels like. The map has also been given a sleek visual overhaul to help players understand how three realities layer over a single world. Give it a try and immerse yourself in our lore, be it for the first time or all over again.

Next we have an improved PVP experience. Fixed Deck Arena is here to give new players a more gentle introduction to PVP with pre-built decks available to choose from - try them out! The Draft experience has been given some quality touch-ups. Card picks are now more easily reviewed so you know what you have selected so far, and alphabetical ranking for tie scores is a thing of the past! Rift Tokens are also here as a new currency for you Rift Runs. These tokens will be offered as level-up rewards, daily login bonuses, etc. You may also buy in packs of 10 or more for a discount!

The store dashboard has also been given some much-needed attention. Now, each vanity item you can acquire is able to be previewed right in the store, before you buy. Battlefields, Card Backs, and Avatars can all be previewed. In addition, card packs now show examples of which cards may be acquired in each set. Last but not least, the pack-opening experience has been given some love: Each time you open a booster pack, a rift will appear to open and your cards will appear from within the rift.

Here are the item-by-item bullet points of changes made in Reborn 2.0:

Store Experience

  • Item previews for all items in store
  • Items in your inventory now stack automatically.
  • All new store interface with the following sections: Featured Items, Card Packs, Decks, Avatars, Card Backs, Battlefields, Miscellaneous

Game Experience
  • Addition of Fixed Deck Arena, catered to new players.
  • Campaign experience expanded, with four faction trials and 21 missions; campaign map given a visual overhaul to convey the concept of parallel realities on a single world.
  • Better user feedback for rewards at the end of a match.
  • (Draft) Cards in Drafted Deck will now enlarge on mouse-over for easy viewing
  • (Draft) Alphabetical sorting for tied scores removed. Replaced with new sorting method: First person to attain a given score (say, 27 wins), will always be ranked highest for that score. The second player to score 27 wins will rank directly under them, then the third player to get 27 wins, and so on.

  • New login screen, with less wait time to login.
  • Performance optimizations
  • Optimized a lot of the client slowdown that was occurring when logging in or receiving new cards.
  • Removed the Alternate Modes button in the Constructed tab. Less than .1% of players were using the alternate modes, so they are being removed for now. Know that we want to preserve pauper in the meantime, players can still check deck legality for pauper status and arrange those match types with their opponents in a custom game.
  • Fixed a minor spelling mistake in Flame Dawn Fanatic’s text.
  • Fixed a minor grammar mistake in Rita, Shadow Priestess’s text.
  • Updated Aberion’s Banner’s text to clarify that the buff only happens once even if the character attacks multiple times in one turn.
  • Updated Infest’s text to clarify that a character is only created if the target dies to Infest.

Bug Fixes
  • Updated the networking protocols to match the version our cloud server hosts were using, fixing several issues with game invites and slow matchmaking.
  • Tome of the Dead will now properly interact with Undisturbed Necropolis (as well as several other cards).
  • Fixed a rare desync caused by Mass Death.
  • Fixed a bug where other players would not see your updated title and avatar if changed after logging in, but rather always see a snapshot of what they were when you first logged in.

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June 12

Server Down for Reborn 2.0 Update

The Infinity Wars game server will be offline for maintenance. It is expected to take up to 8 hours under normal circumstances; keep in mind that delays are possible. Another announcement will surface when the servers are back online.

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“[While at the Australian EB Expo] Nothing even came close to the level of quality of Infinity Wars. It almost shouldn't have been in the same area; it should have been in an open space, where everybody was guaranteed to walk by. The game deserved that level of foot traffic.”
ABC Tech

“The single best designed digital card game on the market!”
Colt Hallam

“I have been waiting for a TCG like this for a long time.”

About This Game

Welcome to a unique trading card game that blends rich lore and artwork with innovative gameplay mechanics that are both simple to learn, and hard to master. Play with fully animated cards in 3D battlefields, and assemble decks from over 800 cards and 8 stylized factions. Choose any factions you like, in combinations or in full purity, and customize your strategy to your play style. Explore the strategic depth of simultaneous-turn gameplay in a number of PvP game modes and an expansive PvE campaign system. With unlimited card trading and rich reward systems, Infinity Wars Reborn is a genuinely free-to-play trading card game.


  • Unrivaled Strategic Depth - Outmaneuver your opponents with defensive and offensive posturing. With the simultaneous-turn mechanic, foresight and cunning will prove the difference between victory and defeat.
  • Fully Animated Artwork - Breath life into your trading card experience with 3D battlefields and over 800 beautifully animated cards.
  • Genuine Free-To-Play - Acquire all cards in the Infinity Wars Universe without ever needing to put money down. Earn cards simply by logging-in!
  • Rich PvP Game Modes - Craft your deck and take to the battlefield in ranked and casual play; draft decks and join Rift Runs to score epics rewards; battle opponents with curated decks to explore new cards and ensure a level playing field for newer PvP players.
  • Robust PvE Campaign - Delve into the Infinity Wars lore with a 21-mission campaign spanning multiple factions and worlds.
  • Unlimited Card Trading - Build your decks with precision and engage the community with an unlimited card trading system.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with DirectX 9 capabilities.
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.5 or later
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with DirectX 9 capabilities.
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
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Agent Phaser Rave
( 193.7 hrs on record )
Posted: July 1
It has Star Trek cards. Nuff said.
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( 17.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 30
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( 19.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 27
great game
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( 74.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 27
Great game
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( 420.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
So, i havent played this in like 2 years... But with it apparently being 'reborn' ill throw this down:

This is the single best TCG/CCG ever made. Its depth of strategy and tactics (deck preparation and card usage/timing) is fantastic.

Back when I was playing it hardcore (Pre-star Trek release) I was in the top 100, and held my own, but wasnt one of the 'greats' like... sadpanda? Boxbear? I cant remember the names of the guys who were on top. But they were great.

I got super into the community. This was the first and only game that actually drew me to twitch. Im sure the original IW twitchers have moved on, but nexustavern, blue...whatever, and that one guy who went insane and ragequit were always fun. lol.

The reason youve never played this game or heard of it, is because blizzard came out with their ♥♥♥♥♥♥ card game which is easier and appeals to shallow morons. *shrug* My opinion. Maybe you think its great. And maybe I think yer a snowflake.
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( 26.9 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
This game deserves so much more attention and so much more players!
It's unique and very fun.

Please do better marketing, guys. The playerbase should be at least 5 times bigger than it's now.


Кому интересно, записал видео по основам геймплея и открытие DLC
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( 2.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
Garbage pay to win game. Do not waste your time or money on it. Looks bad, borring, grindy, pay to win, pathetic comunity managers, developers ignoring all the suggestions etc.
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( 7.9 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
Pay to win, horrible matchmaking, and very little chance for a free to play to stand a chance unless you want to play for years to try to get a small set of cards. Skip this game!
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Retired Blade
( 98.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 24
My background: Leisure player of Heartstone, Might and Magic: Duel of Champion, Spell Weaver

This game is the LCG that best utilizes the advantage of digital platform and I believe is the best one in term of game play on the market.
-Simultaneous turn which minimizes the downtime and brings a new layer of strategy planning.
-Animated card and even playmat, some cards with transform and evo have more than 1 appearance.
-Those cards purchased by in game currency and cash can be traded with other players.
-Not pay 2 win: New player pre-set decks, draft mode (called rift run which is free for 1 time every 5 day, 3 loses to out), generous daily login gift, skills of deploying card can out play opponent.
-8 factions (not counting neutral) with its own characteristics to choose from, you can mix and match up to 3 of them.
-Commander which determines your faction of deck, commander can use ability without playing the card or played to battlefield without waiting 1 turn which makes deciding the 3 commanders exciting.
-With 5 expansions contribute to a card pool close to 1000, only few cards are not viable, including commons.

-The graphic is a bit old, maybe litmited by animation.
-Only 4 factions' starter deck are provided for free, other start deck can only be purchased with cash.
-The deck builder shows the cards in a small scale, you need to move the mouse over the text sometimes.
-A few bugs can be found, game crashing ones are rare though (only faced 2 times atm).
-Easy to learn but very hard to master, this may frustrate new players.
-Small player base which result in a little bit if waiting time for PVP.
-You may be confused if you missed single card interaction.
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( 60.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 24
Best magic-like ever on pc imho.
Stop playing overrated blizzard crap and download this one asap!
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47 of 50 people (94%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
183.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 11
GAME IS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT! So yeah, earlier this year the game was given a new publisher and they've been doing great! In fact, 2 days till the "Reborn" overhaul. Next month is new set of cards. Better rewards and an easier way to earn cards, not to mention the game finally runs smoothly.

Seems the game is finally back on track. Check out their forums for more details on all the updates. Basically it rose from the dead. So yeah, I'll support it.
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23 of 25 people (92%) found this review helpful
468.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 10
/as of 10-6-2016 patch.

The best Card Game I ever play.

This game utilize the advantage of being 'digital' to maximum.
You can have cards which have complex effect and almost impossible to play and track physically. (Sleeper Faction is a good example).

Another thing I like is that in Rift run (or Draft or Arena in other card game where you pick random card and fight each other for reward.), you can buy the 'whole' deck you build into your collection after the run end. The price is also fair and the price reduce dramatically for each victory. (to the point of it being free if you are good enough)

The simultaneously turn system is also very well implemented. It makes the players to 'read' the opponents as a human player. Compare to other turn-based card game which player just make "Maximize value" play, the simultaneously turn system encourage players to make deeper and more complex tactics to out mind the opponent and thrown him off balance.

This game also deal with zoo deck quite well. Because all card can block (taunt in HeartS) and many powerful abilities which can punish a careless mass zoo,
Also, the morale system help to deal with turtle player who just camp. (it's 2nd HP which go down everytime your minions die, like a manpower in Heart of Iron).

Also, except from the pack opening, this game have almost 0 RNG (except from Exile, which is not mandatory except you really want to activate the gamble ability). Which is a plus for me compare to HeartStone or other card game.

Another thing I like is that you can play resource (mana) to 'draw' card instead of playing what's in your hand depend on the situation. This smooth the problem of bad-drawn a lot and reduce the effect of luck draw; which I do not like personally.

And yes, this game contain bugs, but mostly won't crash your PC, and just sent you back to main game menu, and after the recent fix, no win-lose will be counted if bug happen.
And about the pay-to-win, other had already address so I won't talk much. But for my experience, Epic and Legendary level card tend to be very situational cards and can be countered or totally avoid by experince players, so it's more of "lvl 99 vs lvl 1" situation rather than the cards' power itself. (you also get 5 free rotation decks with powerful cards everyweek to try those cards).
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18 of 21 people (86%) found this review helpful
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 8
The amount of development being put into this game is a nice round number, which is zero. This could have been a great game. It really could.


After a small chat with devs I'm glad to know I'm wrong. I still hope that single player experience will be expanded to provide a better footing for new players, but I am changing my review to a positive. Seeing devs in reviews section is a really good sign, I wish more developers whould have as much balls.
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13 of 15 people (87%) found this review helpful
15.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 12
This is an awesome game with many good mechanics. I would love to see more people play and enjoy this! Keep up the good work guys <333
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14 of 18 people (78%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
4,782.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 13
I love this game way too much. Altough it deserves my love :)
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10 of 12 people (83%) found this review helpful
35.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 12
Loving Infinity wars so far, my new favourite game. Why didn't i see this earlier?! Right from the start this game has been a challenge but so fun its addictive. Its easy to get used to game play and not difficult to pick up. Definitely very cool
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
44.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 12
This game is freakin' awesome. My buddy and I played it all last night and started getting into some of the deck building ourselves, after we took a gander at the Draft leaderboards. Call me a noob but Mass Death is still my favorite card.
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
41.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 12
Once this game gets a bigger base of players it will be 100%. Seriously, there is so much potential in this game, there just needs to be more players logging in. More players = less waiting time = more fun :P
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
76.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 22
Played this back in 2014 and recently gave it another shot. One of the better card games out there at the moment, in my opinion. A lot of work went into the cards visuals, which are very nicely done. Not an easy game to get into, but if you give it a chance, it can be very rewarding and fun.

Seems like marketing and PR is/was nonexistant, which is a real shame beacause I think this game deserves a bigger playerbase. The small playerbase doesn't do the matchmaking much good, either. And that's sad, because this just drives the new players it so badly needs away.

I wouldn't say it's very pay to win, but there's that feel here and there (a good number of older cards being not near as good as more recent ones, for instance). Once you reach level 20 and don't get the level-up rewards anymore, it can get a bit grindy to earn the in-game currency to spend on boosters, but that shouldn't be news to anyone. All in all It all felt relatively fair to me. Draft tokens, however, are on the expensive side.

Solid 8/10 for the game itself. Hopefully the playerbase will grow into the healthy numbers, otherwise this game might go out with a fizzle.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
155.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 9
It's a pretty fun game. I've had quite a bit of fun playing it. The only issue seems to be lag when you or your opponent has 100 cards in deck.
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