Popular MMO game DC Universe Online just arrived on Xbox One. The game is finally available on Microsoft’s console, five years after its initial release for PC and PlayStation 4, and everyone who wants to download it can do so from the Xbox Store for free.
This MMO game lets you jump into DC’s world of heroes and villains by creating your own unique character. The game features most of DC Universe’s signature heroes, villains, and other characters as well, so if you want to fly with Superman or fight against Batman, this is the right game.
A lot of users demanded the Xbox version of the game for years and the development team finally fulfilled their wishes. Since this is the first fully-featured DC Universe game for Xbox One, users who download it will receive three exclusive items for free: Powered-Up Emblem, Powered-Up Cape, and the Vapor Aura.
DC Universe was originally released in 2011 for Windows PCs and PlayStation 4. DC and Daybreak constantly work on new content as they have released 23 expansion episodes so far, with more on the horizon. All 23 episodes are already available to Xbox One players, and every new episode will be released on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at the same time.
“DCUO is an ever-expanding world and we have much more content in the pipeline. Players can expect to see Darkseid make his debut in DCUO and an all-new Harley Quinn storyline inspired by the Gotham Girls and Gotham City Sirens! We also have Water Powers in the works – a healer and damage-based power set inspired by Mera’s aquakinesis and Aqualad’s hard water constructs.”
If you want to download DC Universe Online for Xbox One, you can do so from the Xbox One Store for free. Additionally, if you want to play some of the already available episodes, you can purchase it from the DC Universe Online Store for $4 each.
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