The lights are on
One of the biggest questions about MOBAs in development is whether the developers are looking to pull in the competitive gaming community. One of the titles we have our eye on is Warner Bros. new DC Comics-infused title, Infinite Crisis.
Today, developer Turbine, publisher Warner Bros., and Major League Gaming have announced official support for Infinite Crisis on the competitive circuit. The title features a host of fan favorite characters with a number of different versions of each. At last year's E3, Warner Bros. featured a large stage showcasing Guardians of Middle-earth. This year, Infinite Crisis will get the spotlight, complete with a head-to-head match between teams Complexity and Curse Academy.
The event will be streamed online on Major League Gaming's website and the official Infinite Crisis site starting at 12 PM Pacific on Tuesday June 11, 2013. The beta for Infinite Crisis is ongoing, and interested players can still sign up on the official website.
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Awesome! It's always good to have a little bit of diversity in these events. I'm glad that there is so much promise in this DC title for it to be green-lighted in competition circuits like this.
That is pretty cool. I can't wait to tune in.
Cool. This should be pretty neat, regardless of how it does.