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Submitted by iXenon 1046d ago | news

Legendary Subscribers Can Now Download DC Universe Online’s Latest Expansion Pack Free

If you’ve been dishing out $14.99 a month to play the action MMORPG, you can download its latest expansion pack right now. (DC Universe Online, PC, PS3)

iXenon  +   1046d ago
I'm glad that SOE is trying to reignite the PVP side of this game. It's been unbelievably stale.
Trebius51  +   1046d ago
Act of desperation. They saw how many subscribers they lost when they made PVE and PVP Pay to Win, so now they're trying to lure people into subbing just to get the DLC a week early. Problem with this is, having the DLC a week early wont put you ahead of the game ... someone can just pay the money and get all their gear and legendary characters in 1week or even a few days, while the subbed players have to wait almost a full year to get it all.

The game was a Gem before they got Greedy and made it possible to gat WAY ahead by just paying a few bucks. The game had such potential...new dev staff ruined it.
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