Enter the Gungeon mod adds the Infinity Gauntlet

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Fortnite may have the market cornered on MCU crossovers, but Enter the Gungeon now has a working Infinity Gauntlet thanks to a fan mod.

The creator of the mod, who bundles it together with many other new items, calls this new addition the “Infinity Guontlet”.

This isn’t a misspelling to avoid copyright or anything like that, but is an intentional change because, in this game, there are a class of items called Guon Stones. These items have a variety of effects but all of them surround the player in an orbit and block oncoming bullets from enemies.

Enter the Gungeon’s community has long since compared the Guon Stones to the Infinity Stones, and have postulated about some kind of reward for collecting them all in one playthrough of the game.

With active development on the game now stopped, it was up to the community to make this happen, and modder Retrash has stepped up to make it happen.

You can see a video of the Infinity Guontlet in action below. We recommend pausing right at the beginning to read the flavour text the modder has written, which perfectly fits into the ammonomicon.

“Perfectly Balanced, as all things should be.” The Infinity Gauntlet in Gungeon. from r/EnterTheGungeon

You may notice that the item doesn’t disintegrate half of of the enemies to make it a balanced fight, but instead wipes out the entire screen.

The in-game effects of the Guon Gauntlet change depending on whether or not all Guon Stones are held. Without them the gauntlet simply transmutes a Glass Guon Stone into a different Guon Stone, and it can only be used once per floor.

With all seven Guon Stones equipped, the gauntlet can be used every two rooms and stops more enemies spawning into rooms. It also deals a ridiculous amount of damage to bosses.

If that sounds like something you want to use during your next expedition into the Gungeon, you can find the mod available for download on modworkshop.

Clinton Matos

Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of htxt.africa.