Inferno Armor is a non-customizable bonus armor set available for pre-ordered copies of Mass Effect 2 through any retailer other than Gamestop. The Armor is also available through the Equalizer Pack via Cerberus Network. The powered Inferno Armor speeds up Shepard's movements and increases tech and biotic power damage; additionally, stress analysis software gives the Commander an edge in negotiations outside of combat. The Armor is also available in Mass Effect 3.
Mass Effect 2Edit
Built specifically for Cerberus field officers, the Inferno armor has a VI dedicated to recognizing signs of stress and medical trauma. This application helps assess soldiers, but can be useful in any high-risk situations. The Inferno's microframe computer also manages biotic amp and omni-tool power, and microservos help the wearer's movements to counteract the armor's weight.
E-Mail from the Illusive ManEdit
- The bonus to tech and biotic damage is invaluable for Sentinels, Engineers and Adepts who rely heavily on those abilities.
- The storm speed bonus further increases the use for Sentinels, Engineers and Adepts as it allows them to get into cover quicker and begin launching abilities.
- Infiltrators may get some use out of the storm speed bonus, however there are significantly better options, such as the Stimulator Conduits armor piece.
Mass Effect 3Edit
Built specifically for Cerberus field officers, the Inferno armor has a VI dedicated to recognizing signs of stress and medical trauma. This application helps assess soldiers, but can be useful in any high risk situations. The Inferno's microframe computer also manages biotic amp and omni-tool power, and microservos help the wearer's movements to counteract the armor's weight.
The Inferno Armor can be purchased from Kassa Fabrication in the Presidium Commons for 50,000 credits without discounts, or through the Procurement terminals located in the Normandy's shuttle bay or Armax Arsenal Arena for 55,000 credits without discounts.
Player Notes Edit
- Power oriented classes will be able to utilize this armor to its full potential, maximizing their powers abilities at the cost of other defensive capabilities and weapon damage bonuses. This armor may be preferable over the Blood Dragon armor for Engineers and Adepts due to the fact that those two classes will be sticking to cover as much as possible, somewhat nullifying the shield boost of the Blood Dragon armor.
- As power recharge speed bonuses have diminishing returns, the Inferno Armor's power recharge speed bonus has significantly less of a benefit for a character who has a very high power recharge speed bonus from a light loadout than characters with heavier loadouts.
- The Inferno Armor is a very attractive set candidate for Sentinels. The class's signature tech armor can make up for the lack of defensive armor bonuses as well as stack with the power damage bonuses, and the generous power recharge lends some leeway for sentinels looking to tout heavier weapons.
|Mass Effect 2 Armor|
|Armor Customization • Armor Upgrades|
| N7 Armor • Blood Dragon Armor • Cerberus Assault Armor • Collector Armor |
Inferno Armor • Terminus Assault Armor • Kestrel Armor
|Mass Effect 2 Downloadable Content|
|Promotional||Blood Dragon Armor • Collectors' Weapon and Armor • Inferno Armor |
M-29 Incisor Sniper Rifle • Terminus Weapon and Armor
|Cerberus Network||Zaeed - The Price of Revenge • Normandy Crash Site |
Cerberus Weapon and Armor • Arc Projector • Firewalker Pack
|Missions||Kasumi - Stolen Memory • Overlord • Lair of the Shadow Broker • Arrival|
|Additional Content||Alternate Appearance Packs • Equalizer Pack • Aegis Pack • Firepower Pack |
Mass Effect: Genesis • Recon Operations Pack • N7 Complete Arsenal Bundle
|Mass Effect 3 Armor|
|N7 Armor • Blood Dragon Armor • Cerberus Ajax Armor • Cerberus Armor • Cerberus Nightmare Armor|
Cerberus Shade Armor • Cerberus Spirit Armor • Collector Armor • Inferno Armor • N7 Defender Armor
Reckoner Knight Armor • Terminus Assault Armor