About the Infinity:
The Infinity is a Legendary Weapon in Borderlands 3. This Vladof Pistol doesn’t consume ammo and is therefore a great weapon to fall back on when you run out of ammunition. That’s why the Infinity Pistol has a pretty low damage output.
Special Weapon Effect:
“It’s closer than you think! (no it isn’t)”
- Does not consume ammunition.
- Fires in a lemniscate (∞) pattern with no recoil.
- Fixed magazine capacity of 1.
Physical Damage is useful against everything. It has no special properties but also does not suffer weaknesses.
Fire damage is strong against Flesh and can cause targets to burn. Burning deals high damage over a 5-second duration.
Corrosive damage is strong against Armor and causes targets to melt. Melting deals high damage over a 7-second duration.
Shock damage is strong against Shields and causes targets to be electrocuted. Electrocution deals very high damage over a 3-second duration.
Cryo damage slows enemies and eventually freezing them. Cryo efficiency is the percentage of damage dealt that is applied as Cryo, at 100% efficiency, enemies will freeze at 20% health. Frozen enemies are unable to move and take 3x Melee damage
Radiation damage can cause targets to become Irradiated. Irradiated enemies deal Aura Damage to nearby enemies for 8 seconds. If an Irradiated enemy dies, they explode, Irradiating any enemies damaged by the explosion.
How do you get the Infinity in Borderlands 3?
The Infinity has an increased chance of dropping from Anointed Alpha who is located in The Anvil on Eden-6.
Is the Infinity any good?
The Infinity is a great utility item if you are running low on ammo. However, the damage output is its downfall therefore you want to create a build around it to make it viable on higher difficulty tiers.