Infinite Crisis live open beta starts today

The upcoming free-to-play MOBA title Infinite Crisis has gone into open beta from today, March 14th, and with a launch date scheduled for late this year we thought this would be the ideal opportunity to see how this game is coming along. Based on the on the fictional universe of DC Comics Infinite Crisis has been developed by Turbine and published by Warner Bros, making it the first original title by Turbine and the first non-MMORPG game produced by the studio.

With open beta access now for Infinite Crisis we thought it would be a good idea to show the Infinite Crisis: What do you fight for trailer. Embedded below this post, the brief video has heightened our anticipation for the game and in this we get to see the likes of Batman receiving a few slaps from villain Joker along with some teamed action showcasing the likes of the Green Arrow, the Flash, Superman, Wonder Woman and the caped crusader himself.

Infinite Crisis open beta access has now become available to all and those wanting to sign up can do so through this link to the official Infinite Crisis website. This test involves three maps which include Gotham Divided as a three-lane arena, allowing players to enter combat across class Gotham and Gotham by Gaslight.

We would love to hear any feedback from those signing up and experiencing the open beta, so, if you have a valid opinion feel free to air off in the comments section below the trailer.

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Written by Marlon Votta

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