Turbine's MOBA, Infinite Crisis, has been stuck in the testing phases for a while, but now it's going to finally make its formal debut.

In Infinite Crisis, fans get to play as their favorite DC superhero or super villain and pit them against other famous characters in a brawl set in a multiplayer online battle arena. Games like Dota 2 have become popular, and now others are following in its footsteps, looking for the kind of following that these MOBAs are receiving. Infinite Crisis has been patiently awaiting the day when it will be ready and able to officially launch, and that day is coming. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced that Infinite Crisis will be leaving its Smallville duds behind and entering the world of fully-formed games and will be doing so through Steam.

"Infinite Crisis has massively evolved over the past year with the help of the millions of players who participated in our Open Beta," said Infinite Crisis' Executive Producer, Jeffrey Steefel. "We have designed, updated, and tuned almost every facet of the game based on player feedback and we are now ready to officially launch the game.”

If you've been looking forward to playing any of the DC characters that Turbine has been adding to the game over the past few months, you'll soon be able to once Infinite Crisis' officially debuts. Infinite Crisis will be coming to Steam on March 26, so you'd better brush up on your MOBA tactics and become the villain or hero that you've always wanted to be.