This is the fourth and final in a series of posts designed specifically to help DC Comics fans who are completely new to MOBAs (Multiplayer Online Battle Arenas) get started on Infinite Crisis, DC Entertainment’s brand new, free-to-play online game.
To wrap up “Five Days of Infinite Crisis” here on DCComics.com, we thought we’d take a close look at Atomic Two-Face. Why this particular baddie? Well, unlike the other Infinite Crisis characters we’ve seen so far, Atomic Two-Face was created by DC Comics specifically for the Infinite Crisis comic book.
With fun, uniquely different takes on some of DC Comics most beloved heroes and villains, it was only a matter of time until we gave the champions of Infinite Crisis the DC Collectibles action figure treatment. First unveiled at Toy Fair in February, this eagerly awaited new line of figures is set to make a splash later this year with an initial wave of figures that include Atomic Green Lantern, Mecha Wonder Woman, Pajama Party Harley Quinn, Atomic Poison Ivy and Renaissance Batman.
This is the second in a series of posts designed specifically to help DC Comics fans who are completely new to MOBAs (Multiplayer Online Battle Arenas) get started on Infinite Crisis, DC Entertainment’s brand new, free-to-play online game. For part one of the series, click here.
Like many of you, we were eager to find out more about the upcoming Infinite Crisis comic, so we braved the untamed wilds of the Multiverse, crossing the darkened alleys of Gaslight Gotham, dodging attacks from Atomic Poison Ivy, reprogramming drones to protect us as we made our way through enemy territory…until we realized that we could just email Dan Abnett, the writer of the comic. So that’s exactly what we did.
We’ve been promoting Infinite Crisis for a while here on DCComics.com. But now that this exciting new DC Comics-inspired online game has entered open beta, we thought it made sense to take a step back for the sake of fans who may be new to this type of game. Over the next few days, we’ll be running a series of short posts that we’re calling “MOBA 101.” They’re intended specifically for fans who may love DC Comics and characters, but are new to the world of MOBAs.
Let’s start at the beginning, shall we?
Infinite Crisis, from the creative powerhouse of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Turbine, is DC Entertainment’s newest online game. On Friday, the game entered open beta, meaning there's nothing stopping you from signing and playing for free right now. But you make sure to spend some time on DCComics.com this week as well, since we're going to be posting some pretty cool Infinite Crisis interviews and blog articles between now and Friday.