DC Universe Online Goes Free-to-Play

Written by Chad

September 20, 2011

 

 

And another popular MMORPG had joined the Free-to-Play bandwagon; Sony Online Entertainment decided to turn their MMO DC Universe Online to  Free to Play  and it will begin it’s F2P transition in October. Read on to find out more…

 

You can download both the PlayStation 3 and PC version for free, and there will be three access levels to choose from and also in-game microtransactions (item malls, etc.). Here are the following access levels and their benefits:

 

Free

  • Access to all areas to the current gameplay in DCUO
  • Limited to 2 character slots
  • 28 inventory slots
  • Able to join Leagues
  • New DLC/Game packs must be purchase via microtransactions

 

Premium

  • Players that spent at least $5 will avail this; including former paid subscribers)
  • Premium access level will not expire
  • 6 character slots
  • 42 inventory slots
  • Higher cash limits

 

Legendary

  • This can avail for $15 a month
  • Those who purchased a lifetime subscription before the F2P will get a lifetime Legendary access
  • Able to download DLC packs for free
  • 15 character slots
  • 80 inventory slots
  • Unlimited cash balance
  • Able to form Leagues
  • Plus more benefits

 

For more information about the game and also the free to play announcement, head over to their official website at http://www.dcuniverseonline.com

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