So That’s What DC Is Doing With The Infinite Crisis Trademark

Recently we wondered why DC Comics was reregistering a trademark for the phrase Infinite Crisis.

Here, it seems, is the answer. It’s a new game.

A sudden assault threatens the DC Multiverse. All realities stand on the brink of annihilation. Now, the last hope for Earth lies in the powers of the DC legends.

Infinite Crisis (IC) is a next-generation, free-to-play MOBA featuring fast-paced battles, streamlined RPG mechanics, and iconic locations and characters from across the DC Mulitverse. Recruit a roster of powerful heroes and villains to command in destructive combat where catastrophic events can reshape the map and the environment itself can become a weapon.

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