Infinite Crisis open beta commences next month

The upcoming free-to-play MOBA game called Infinite Crisis will hold an open beta next month as superhero enthusiasts will get the chance to play this title based on the DC Universe and comics. Publisher Warner Bros. initially gave us the impression this title may not launch until later this year, but we are hoping it arrives sooner.

PC gamers will be pleased to know that the open beta for Infinite Crisis starts on the Friday, 14th March, and it seems three new superheroes have been spotted in the recent videos, and these include Mecha Superman, Green Arrow and Aquaman.

With plenty of interest revolving around superheroes over the last couple of years a new DC title is bound to be welcomed by gamers and from what we are hearing the open beta will give enthusiasts the opportunity to try out the new tri-lane map called Gotham Divided. This is where two universes collide and different characters can go head-to-head across both Gotham by Gaslight and Gotham City.

We have provided a link here for those who want to register for the open beta and we would love to know how successful applicants get on with this game. Will you be signing up to experience the Infinite Crisis open beta next month?

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Written by Marlon Votta

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