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Submitted by iTZKooPA 660d ago | news

DC Universe Infinite Crisis Details First Two Champions

Lore Hound writes: "Turbine Entertainment and WB haven’t detailed Infinite Crisis, the DC universe MOBA, much. In fact, everything we have to go on is basically just MOBA staples. There’s laneing, PvP, itemization and ganks. Oh, and this one just happens to have an amazing licensed intellectual property behind it. We still haven’t found out additional information but Turbine Entertainment has detailed the first two champions, as they are to be called in this game, for Infinite Crisis.

One of the first champions detailed is the ever powerful Wonder Women. The second was mentioned in the initial release as being of one of the alternate dimension, Nightmare Batman. Both champions are melee fighters, but the reveal portrays Wonder Women as a powerful tank/support champion and Nightmare Batman as a physical assassin." (Infinite Crisis, PC)

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