Blue Beetle Infiltrates Infinite Crisis

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Coming soon on Wednesday, April 30, Blue Beetle will join the Infinite Crisis cast as the DC Universe free-to-play MOBA’s next playable champion. Blue Beetle’s combat style is a mix of ranged and melee, the teen hero with a scarab bonded to his body utilizing expert marksman skills to damage foes from afar before sprinting in to finish the deadly deed up close and personal.

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Champion Profile: Blue Beetle

Jamie Reyes wandered into a fight between warring super-human gangs and, desperate to escape, stumbled across the object which they were fighting over: a strange blue scarab. The scarab bonded to Jamie and instantly covered his body with battle armor. Protected, he fled to safety.

After his escape, Jamie was horrified to discover that while the armor wasn’t permanent, his bond to the scarab was. Worse, he discovered the scarab could “speak” in his mind. It revealed to Jamie that it was called Khaji-da and it was a living tool of conquest created by the Reach, an alien empire bent on conquest. Designed to control its host’s mind, Khaji-da intended for Jamie to be a tool of the Reach, paving the way for their invasion. However, the scarab was damaged, much to Jamie’s luck, and he retained free will. Now he struggles as Blue Beetle, misunderstood teenager and hero.

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