Xbox One owners in the U.S. can rejoice as DC Universe has made its way to the gaming console at last.
DC Universe announced on Monday that it is making its way to the Xbox One gaming console family. Users will be able to download the app beginning next week. Currently, it is available on Android, iOS, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, and Roku.
“Since we launched DC UNIVERSE last fall we’ve been on a mission to expand our reach on new platforms. Fans asked for access to the ultimate DC membership on their Xbox One consoles and we are excited to deliver DC UNIVERSE to them starting next week. Our growing list of highly acclaimed original series, amazing library shows and thousands of comics are now accessible to DC fans and Xbox users alike,” said Sam Ades, senior vice president and general manager, DC Digital Services.
Unfortunately, however, it still remains available only to users in the U.S.
The price remains $7.99 a month, or $74.99 for an annual subscription. For that price, you get access to the DC Universe originals such as Titans and Doom Patrol, as well as other series such as Krypton along with more than 20,000 comics and more. Right now is also an excellent time to join as Swamp Thing will begin streaming on May 31.
To subscribe to DC Universe, head to dcuniverse.com now to sign up for the service.
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