Infinite Crisis' newest behind the scenes video discusses the game's lack of limitations.
Turbine's first behind the scenes video touched on the game's limitless potential as it exists in the DC Multiverse. The second part of the series touches more on this concept, as members of the team discuss just how much freedom they have been given with Infinite Crisis.
Developed by Turbine, Infinite Crisis sees the worlds of DC's Multiverse come crashing together, pitting twisted incarnations of some of your favorite heroes and villains, like Batman, Green Lantern, Catwoman and The Flash, against each other in head-to-head multiplayer combat. With characters like Nightmare Batman and Gaslight Catwoman, it's DC Comics superheroes like you've never seen them before!
"The Multiverse is our license to do almost anything we want," said Character Designer Bryan Aloisio. "Being able to make an alternate universe version of Superman, specifically one that DC hasn't even explicitly made yet, is very exciting." The Superman Aloisio is referring to is pictured above right, and no details exist yet on his backstory or talents. However, it's safe to assume electricity is involved somehow.
Regardless, Turbine has clearly received unprecedented license to work within the DC Multiverse, which may be a reason for non-MOBA fans to keep their eyes on Infinite Crisis. The DC Multiverse is based on classic multiverse theories that argue for the existence of and infinite number of different universes. In the DC universe, however, characters often travel between and interact with these other worlds. "It is the most broad, open-ended set of universes in any comic universe," said Executive Produer Jeffrey Steefel.
Steefel continues, stating that due to this insanely open-ended universe, the world of Infinite Crisis is bound by nothing. With a brand-spanking-new Superman on the horizon and a promise of more craziness to come, Infinite Crisis is definitely on my radar. If you just can't wait to see more, make sure to sign up for the closed beta here. And make sure to check out the full behind the scenes video below: