Goodbye to Infinite Crisis

The DC Comics themes Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) game Infinite Crisis is set to shut down on August 14th, 2015. While having only fully released on March 26th, the game was available through various beta phases prior. The game also had a position in the eSports scene, with popular organizations like Dignitas, Na’Vi and Epsilon hosting teams. 

While some of the community aren’t too surprised with the announcement, with League of Legends (LoL) and Defense of the Ancients 2 (DOTA 2) dominating the MOBA genre, the DC Comics characters were a big draw for what was perhaps a niche audience, and the closure has left many in disappointment. 

Until August 14th the game will remain online, but development has already ceased. Steam is offering a full refund to any players that have purchased either the Starter or Elite packages. Refund submissions can be found here.

My condolences to the playerbase. It’s always a sad day when a game shut down, and Infinite Crisis barely had its time in the sun.

Source: Infinite Crisis Website

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Walter Mack
Daily News Staff

Walter is a California native. He is currently in his last year of college pursuing a B.A. in English, but is often mistaken for a freshman...or a middle school tourist on occassion. His earliest gaming experience was Pokemon Red version on the Gameboy color, which he played actively. He would dabble with the Nintendo 64 and Playstation 2 for a bit before transitioning to many years of F2P MMOs. He then moved on to League of Legends, with whom he as an on and off again relationship. He currently spends most of his game time on his Playstation 4. He's also a bit of a Marvel nut.

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