DC Universe Online arrives Jan. 11
Sony Online Entertainment's superhero-themed MMORPG swoops onto PC, PS3 less than two weeks into the new year; EU debut set for Jan. 14.
Comic book-loving gamers got some good news this morning, when Sony Online Entertainment announced a hard release date for DC Universe Online. The PlayStation 3 and PC massively multiplayer role-playing game will ship on January 11 in North America, with a European release date three days later. The game is currently in a closed beta on both platforms.
The game will retail for $50 on the PC and $60 for the PlayStation 3. Also available is a $100 collector's edition, which contains a batman figurine, an art book, a Geoff Johns-penned prequel comic, and the first issue of a new DC Universe Online comic book. In terms of subscription, DC Universe Online will cost $15 per month, although the first 30 days of play are included in the game's purchase price..
Previously scheduled to launch last month, DC Universe online was delayed in October by SOE. Set within the DC Comics world, the game will let players create a superhero or villain and fight alongside or against iconic comic book characters, such as the Joker, Batman, Superman, and others. It was developed under the creative direction of famed comic book artist Jim Lee.
For more on DC Universe Online, check out GameSpot's most recent preview.
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