Become a Member of the Infinite Crisis Founders Program Today

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Free-to-play DC Multiverse MOBA, Infinite Crisis, is now available in paid-for bundles as the game’s Founders Program officially goes live.

Three tiers are being offered for founding members of the IC community, including a Basic package for $19.99, a Standard edition for $49.99, and an Elite bundle for $99.99, each step up the price ladder offering a larger quantity of in-game content and currency.

The Founders Program bundles are as follows:

Basic — $19.99

· Immediate access to the Closed Beta including both Gotham Heights and Coast City Maps
· One buddy key for a friend, granting access to both Closed Beta Maps
· Three Champions (Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern)
· Exclusive Founders Protector Icon (Founders only)
· 800 Crisis Coins ($10 value)

Standard — $49.99

· Immediate access to the Closed Beta including both Gotham Heights and Coast City Maps
· Two buddy keys for a friend, granting access to both Closed Beta Maps
· Six Champions (Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Gaslight Batman, Poison Ivy)
· Exclusive “Renaissance” Gaslight Batman Costume (Founders only)
· Exclusive Founders Protector Icon (Founders only)
· 3200 Crisis Coins ($35 value)

Elite — $99.99

· Guaranteed Early Access to the Next Map Release, Gotham Divided
· Immediate access to the Closed Beta including both Gotham Heights and Coast City Maps
· Four buddy keys for a friend, granting access to both Closed Beta Maps (enough to form your own team of five)
· 12 Champions (Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Gaslight Batman, Poison Ivy, Gaslight Catwoman, Gaslight Joker, Cyborg, Nightmare Batman, Shazam, Zatanna)
· Exclusive “Renaissance” Gaslight Batman Costume (Founders only)
· Exclusive “Arkham City” Batman Costume (Founders only)
· Exclusive Founders Protector Icon (Founders only)
· 8600 Crisis Coins ($80 value)

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