Torchlight: Infinite Cheats and Tips
Try Different Heroes
You can choose between five different heroes at the start of the game. Each offers unique skills and play styles, so you’ll want to see what they each offer as you tackle the game. You can pick whichever hero appeals to you, from gunslingers to sword wielders.
For example, if you want to get into the action with a melee character, you’ll want to play Moto or Rehan. If you prefer ranged attacks, try Carino, Gemma, or Youga. However, their differences go beyond ranged and melee: each character has different skills and abilities to make them distinct.
Some even have unique features, such as Moto getting minions to help him fight or Carino having an ammo system. You should try Rehan or Gemma for a beginner-friendly option. However, if you have more experience, Moto and Carino must work with their minions or manage their resources, making them interesting units. If you want something middle of the road, try Youga.
You can make multiple characters, so try out each one to see who you like. For example, even though Gemma and Youga are both mages, you may prefer Gemma’s fire and ice magic over Youga’s use of spacetime and illusions.
It never hurts to see which heroes you like, so play each and then work on leveling one up.
Move And Attack To Stay Alive
In an isometric game like this, you must effectively use your movement to stay alive. While some ARPGs are easy and let you stand still, tank damage, and focus on attacks, you can’t do that in Torchlight: Infinite. Instead, you must learn how to kite enemies to survive.