Sony's Former MMO Studio Bringing DC Universe Online to Xbox One
The free-to-play MMO arrives on Microsoft's console this spring.
GameSpot may get a commission from retail offers.
This was revealed today during a Kinda Funny livestream from Daybreak's studio. The announcement coincides with the five-year anniversary of DCUO's release on PC and PS3. (It came out for PS4 at launch in November 2013.)
Specific details weren't shared except to say that the game will be released on Xbox One sometime this spring. This was also announced on the game's official Twitter account.
Daybreak did, however, confirm you "probably" won't be able to transfer your progress over from other platforms.
That Daybreak is bringing a game to Xbox isn't a big surprise, as the company announced its intentions to go multiplatform when it split from Sony. Daybreak now operates as an independent company.
Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email firstname.lastname@example.org