|Alternate names||Android Infinity Bullet|
|Debut||"Free the Future"|
|Inventor||Future Android 18/Android 18|
|Users||Future Android 18/Android 18|
|Class||Energy Wave Barrage|
|Color||& or & or &|
|Similar techniques||Accel Shot|
Full Power Energy Blast Volley
First, Android 18 raises both of her hands in front of her and charges a pink swirling energy sphere. Then, she fires many pink energy blasts out of the energy sphere at the opponent, inflicting a massive amount of damage.
Android 18 first uses this attack as her future self in a frenzy to destroy a building after Future Android 17 kills a human who she thought is cute. Future Android 18 later uses the Infinity Bullet during her and Future Android 17's battle against Super Saiyan Future Trunks. However, Future Trunks effortlessly deflects it and destroys Future Android 18 with the Change the Future energy wave for killing his master Gohan.
Appearances in Video GamesEdit
Infinity Bullet was named as one of Android 18's Blast 2 attacks in the Budokai Tenkaichi video game series and the Raging Blast video game series. She also uses it in the video games Dragon Ball Z: The Legend and Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2 (called Double Buster). Android 17's version of the attack is called Accel Shot in Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit; when he uses it, all the blasts converge together at one spot, causing a massive explosion.
In Dragon Ball GT, Android 18 uses a blue one-handed version of this technique during her battle with Goku against Super 17. She also uses a one-handed version of the Infinity Bullet in the arcade game Dragon Ball Z 2: Super Battle.