DCUO’s first expansion pack allowed players to use Hard-Light powers and team up with either the Green Lantern or Sinestro Corps. In DLC2, everything will change in a flash.
Didn't see that coming! Pretty creative.
I'm extremely excited for this one.
Awesome! I love the Flash!
After the latest crossover, Flashpoint, altered the DC Universe, it's interesting that they're going this route...
Awesome that it's going free-to-play!
I suppose. I had a friend or two who were refusing to pay for the subscription. I'm going to continue paying the $15/mon., mainly because I can get expansion packs free with that plan. Everyone should pay 15/mon.
Maybe during the dry summer months, but I'd be paying $15/month for nothing for the next 3 months! Dark Souls and Skyrim alone will cause major vitamin D deficiency in large portions of the gaming population!
I can't wait to get it for free, it'll be my first superhero MMO.
I think expansion packs are the way to go with MMOs instead of subscriptions. They'd be more likely to tempt me in with that.
WTF where the hell was all this content when people were paying to play.
Do these content patches bring anything to the PVP game?
I wonder what people think of the new 52? They should add "some" of the new books to the DCU mmo.
So far I have read everything except what just released today. I loved all of them, they have really good stories building right now and I would suggest any DC fan check them out!
Nice, unfortunately i read them all also but the only ones i enjoyed was Animal Man and Frankenstein. What's weird is all of DC is starting over except for Batman and Green Lantern...how does that work for continuity?
All 52 are rebooting from the ground up. Detective Comics number one was last week, and super hard to get. Batman number 1 is releasing next week, has a variant edition too. The new Green Lantern released today, also had a variant cover. I believe Red Corps was last week?
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