DC Universe Online Full PC Game
|Official Name||DC Universe Online|
|Developer (s)||Daybreak Game Company|
|Publisher (s)||Sony Computer Entertainment|
|Platform (s)||Microsoft Windows, PC|
|Release date (s)||January 11, 2011|
|Genre (s)||Massively multiplayer online role-playing|
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DC Universe Online Download Free Full Game is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) based upon the fictional universe of DC Comics. Developed by Daybreak Game Company's Austin studio and co-published by Sony Computer Entertainment and WB Games, the game was released January 11, 2011.
Following its acquisition by Columbus Nova on February 2, 2015, Daybreak Game Company President John Smedley announced that the title could come to the Xbox One in the future.
Jim Lee serves as the game's executive creative director, along with Ale Garza, Carlos D'Anda, JJ Kirby, Oliver Nome, Eddie Nuñez, Livio Ramondelli, and Michael Lopez. EverQuest developer Chris Cao was the game director through launch up to May 2011, but has since stepped down to be replaced by Mark Anderson, previously the art director. Mark Anderson himself has since been replaced by Jens Andersen. Shawn Lord was also involved. Geoff Johns is the principal writer.
The revenue model was subscription based with a user cost of $14.99 per month, rather than using microtransactions. The UK subscription was £9.99 a month, £19.99 for three months, and £49.99 for six months. The cost for Australian subscribers was $19.95 AUD. It was announced on September 19, 2011 that the game would go free to play. On November 1, 2011 the game became free to play for everyone. DC Universe Online was announced for the PlayStation 4 on June 5, 2013 alongside with PlanetSide 2. On November 15, 2013, DC Universe Online was released on PS4. DC Universe Online Free Download.
DC Universe Online features three available types of game membership for players:
- All Access — The paid subscription membership in DCUO (previously called «Legendary»). Daybreak Game Company allows players to purchase monthly, 3-month, 6-month, and 12-month subscription packages. Lifetime memberships with no expiration were also made available at game launch. All Access players can create up to 16 characters, unlimited in-game cash, automatically granted access to all DLC content, trade in-game cash with other All Access members, trade items with other Premium or All Access members, form a League, obtain 150 Replay Badges monthly, 500 Daybreak Cash/Loyalty Points, 10% off Marketplace purchases and exclusive promotions and offers.
- Free to Play (F2P) — Available starting November 2, 2011. F2P players can join the game at no cost and can create up to 2 characters. F2P players have a very limited inventory, limited to $1,500 in-game cash (excess deposited in escrow), can join a League and have no DLC content available. DC Universe Online Free Download PC Game.
- Premium — If a F2P player makes at least a one time $5 purchase with Daybreak Cash, or if a player allows their All Access membership subscription to lapse, they become Premium players. Premium membership allows up to 6 character slots and has similar inventory to F2P and limited to $2,000 in-game cash (excess deposited in escrow, but can purchase Unlimited Escrow Access or Escrow Withdrawals), can join a League, and trade items with other Premium or All Access players.
DC Universe Online features an in-game Marketplace where certain forms of content can be purchased separately in the form of micro transactions. The currency used for these transactions, Daybreak Cash for PC and Loyalty Points for PS3 or PS4 can be linked to a DGC account, credit card number, Steam account, or PayPal account.
DC Universe Online is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) set in the DC Universe. Daybreak Game Company's stated goal is to make a different kind of MMORPG, with The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction cited as one of the main inspirations for gameplay. DGC is working to make DC Universe Online more interactive than standard MMORPGs, while trying to keep their key elements, which include a leveling system, raid instances, endgame progression and inventories. The world is mainly shared, public space instead of heroes or villains owning territory. The public space features dynamically-generated content designed for both hero and villain player characters (uniquely created by the player, who can create their own custom character to fight alongside and against iconic DC characters).
From Level 1 through 30 you are introduced to the DC Universe and its diverse set of characters, assisting your Iconic Mentor and other characters along the way until you finally obtain a place in the Justice League or Secret Society pending on faction. Once you reach level 30 you have 15 Power Points meant to be spent on your Power trees, with several Iconic Powers also being available regardless of Power Set you have chosen for your character. You also receive 15 Skill Points meant to be spent on Weapon trees and Movement Mode trees, and can gain more by completing Feats in game that allow you to delve deeper into the available combos that you can perform and eventually unlock Weapon Mastery.
The player creates a new, original character that interacts with the heroes and villains of DC Comics. Players choose their character's faction (Hero or Villain), gender (male or female), body type (both height and muscularity), personality (comical, flirty, powerful, primal, serious), and form of special movement (flight, acrobatics, or speed). Numerous hair, skin, and costume types are available, and up to 3 colors can be applied to the color scheme palette. Pre-built templates, inspired by some key DC heroes and villains, are available to expedite the character creation process.
All player-characters receive their superpowers from Brainiac's exobytes, and choose a mentor based on the source of their powers. Characters with meta-human powers receive missions from either Superman or Lex Luthor, and will start the game in Metropolis; Characters with technology-based powers receive missions from Batman or Joker, and will start the game in Gotham City; and Characters with magic-based powers receive missions from either Wonder Woman or Circe, and also start the game in Metropolis. DC Universe Online for PC.
There are four roles in the game, determined by the type of super powers chosen:
- Damage (aka DPS) — All players have this role available from the start of the game as a damage-dealer.
- Tank — Unlocks at level 10. Players in this role defend teammates from taking damage.
- Healer — Unlocks at level 10. Players in this role heal the health bars of their teammates in battle.
- Controller — Unlocks at level 10. Players in this role recharge teammates power bars, as well as stun and trap enemies with crowd-controlling effects.
The player chooses one set of superpowers for their character. Each power set has a Damage role and one of the specialty roles as mentioned above.
- Fire — Tank and DPS.
- Ice — Tank and DPS.
- Gadgets — Controller and DPS.
- Mental — Controller and DPS.
- Nature — Healer and DPS.
- Sorcery — Healer and DPS.
- Light — Controller and DPS (previously available with Episode 1: Fight for the Light).
- Electricity — Healer and DPS (previously available with Episode 2: Lightning Strikes).
- Earth — Tank and DPS (previously available with Episode 3: Battle for Earth).
- Quantum — Controller and DPS (previously available with Episode 7: Origin Crisis).
- Celestial — Healer and DPS (previously available with Episode 8: Sons of Trigon).
- Rage — Tank and DPS (previously available with Episode 9: War of Light Part I).
- Munitions — Controller and DPS. Arm your character to the teeth with militarized weapons. Inspired by Sgt. Rock.
Power Sets announced for future releases:
- Atomic — Tank and DPS. Blast your enemies with nuclear-powered energy. Inspired by Firestorm.
- Water — Healer and DPS. Wash away the competition with control over water.
- Serums — Tank and DPS. Inject your character with exotic chemicals. Inspired by Bane.
The player also then chooses one weapon for their character to use. Each weapon is specialized in either melee or ranged, while all weapons are capable of using both kinds of attacks. At level 10 the player is able to place Skill Points in any Weapon tree, capable of using and innate stat gains granted are active even when not using the selected weapon. There are multiple styles of weapons as there are gear styles in game, and you are capable of customizing the styles of both gear and all weapons you obtain that are available as you progress. Weapon Mastery allows you to utilize weapon combos of other trees to perform higher damage overall to opponents, and each weapon can cross-weapon combo into two set weapons, and require only the base weapon to use the combo in combat and the required 20 Skill Points spent in the proper Weapon trees in each tree to unlock cross-weapon combos.
- Hand Blaster — A fast, melee/ranged style that directs power through hands. Weapon Mastery combo into Brawling and Bow attacks.
- One Handed — A fast melee weapon using a combat weapon held in one hand. Weapon Mastery combo into Dual Wield and Hand Blaster attacks.
- Staff — A fast, dexterous style utilizing a long melee weapon. Weapon Mastery combo into One Handed and Rifle attacks.
- Dual Wield — A fast, dexterous style using paired melee weapons. Weapon Mastery combo into Brawling and Bow attacks.
- Two Handed — A slow, powerful style using a massive melee weapon. Weapon Mastery combo into Martial Arts and Bow attacks.
- Martial Arts — A fluid, medium-speed melee style focused on feet and hand strikes. Weapon Mastery combo into Dual Pistol and Hand Blaster attacks.
- Dual Pistol — A very fast ranged style utilizing a pair of projectile weapons. Weapon Mastery combo into Dual Wield and Hand Blaster attacks.
- Bow — A slower, precise long-range style using a bow weapon. Weapon Mastery combo into Martial Arts and Dual Pistol attacks.
- Brawling — A slow, brutal style using fists to inflict maximum damage. Weapon Mastery combo into Two Handed and Martial Arts attacks.
- Rifle — A medium-speed ranged style using a long-barreled rifle. Weapon Mastery combo into One Handed and Dual Pistol attacks.
- Shield — A powerful melee style using a shield held in the left hand. Weapon Mastery combo into Two Handed and Dual Pistol attacks. (Requires All Access or purchasing the Weapon: Shield or Gear Up Bundle for from Marketplace)
Each character is given a communicator appropriate to their faction, via which they receive urgent communications from their mentor and their colleagues and subordinates; heroes will frequently receive status updates from Oracle, while villains will receive data from Calculator. In addition to assignments from their mentor, player characters may also receive requests for help from other mentors of the same faction. Player characters may also accept missions from non-player characters (NPCs) in the street, usually minor characters from their faction. There are also opportunities for quick street encounters appropriate to the character's faction: for example, a hero character may encounter a thug robbing an armored truck, trying to break into an office building, or in the process of mugging a citizen; while a villain character may be presented with opportunities to assist NPC thugs with an armored truck robbery, or assault a citizen using an ATM. All NPC interactions are fully animated and voice-acted. Player characters will earn threat ratings that will cause NPC heroes and villains to interact accordingly with the character.
The shared world space offers primarily solo and team player versus environment (PvE) gaming opportunities in the form of open air missions and instances, although player versus player (PvP) combat is also possible in this worldspace. Other PvP and PvE gaming is available in various types of queued instanced encounters: «Legends», small scale PvP combats in which players take on the identities of iconic characters (continued success in Legends combat unlocks additional iconic characters); «Arena», small scale PvP combat in which players fight as their own characters; «Alerts», 4-player cooperative team missions; «Raids», 8-player cooperative missions; and «Operations» which can consist of either 4- or 8-player missions and take place in a mix of instance-based maps and the open game world. Success in PvE missions is rewarded with in-game currency, costume pieces, equipment and consumables, while PVP combat is rewarded with unlocks of special equipment sets.
The opening cinematic takes place in a gritty, war-torn future depicting a final battle between the world's greatest heroes and villains. A future version of Lex Luthor provides voice-over narration. This battle takes place in the ruins of Metropolis. Lex Luthor, wearing a heavy mech armor, commands an army of super-villains that includes Circe, Deathstroke, Black Adam, and Giganta. A scarred, armored Batman commands the heroes, which includes Cyborg, Flash, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman. The battle culminates with the death of Wonder Woman at the hands of Lex Luthor, at which point an unshaven, weary Superman hears her dying screams from orbit and flies to Earth to confront Lex. As Superman cradles Wonder Woman's dead body, he collapses to the ground, and it is revealed that Lex hid kryptonite pellets in her mouth as a trap. Lex impales Superman with a kryptonite-tipped spear, and stands back to proclaim his victory, only to see Brainiac's war fleet fill the skies.
The scene then shifts to the present-day Watchtower, where the future Lex Luthor, heavily modified with Brainiac technology, is telling the story to the present-day Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. Future Lex explains that the deadly final war between the heroes and villains was triggered by the subtle manipulations of Brainiac (who had been slowly downloading their powers over time). With the planet's most powerful beings dead, Brainiac intended to use the pirated data to create an army of metahumans under his control, facilitating his conquest of Earth. As the only survivor of the war, Lex Luthor could do nothing to resist Brainiac's subjugation of the planet. Lex Luthor explains that he was able to survive in secret and eventually seal the stolen data and energy from Brainiac's mothership in the form of «Exobytes» (nanobot-sized devices that can bond to a living host and give them their own superpowers). Lex has traveled into his past to release the exobytes into the atmosphere of present-day Earth. The heroes are outraged, but Lex Luthor explains that because he has done this, soon thousands of new metahumans will be created from ordinary humans (becoming the player-characters of the game). He implores the Justice League to find and train these new metahumans, because Brainiac is coming and the Earth must be ready to succeed where it was once doomed to fail.
When this cinematic ends, the player is brought to the character creation menu to build their new Hero or Villain.
In the second trailer to the game «In Lex we Trust», we find that Lex Luthor's description of events leading up to his arrival in the present time is not as he described to the heroes. The trailer begins with Lex Luthor reviving his companion Fracture from being unconscious. Lex Luthor explains that Brainiac's forces have already penetrated the Fortress of Solitude and that their time is running out. As they approach a time portal chamber, a Brainiac Eradicator attacks and Fracture destroys the robotic drone with a small grenade. The two arrive at the portal which is being stabilized by Batman (whose face is disfigured and arm is replaced by a robotic prosthetic due to injuries from the battle of villains and heroes). As more Eradicators enter the chamber, Lex Luthor lies saying his armor is damaged and that he can not hold them off. Batman tells Fracture to take the canister that contains millions of Exobytes and go through the portal attacking the Eradicators and buying him more time. Fracture thanks Lex for using the exobytes to give him his powers. Seeing the opportunity he had been waiting for, Lex Luthor kills Fracture describing him as «an excellent lab rat.» As Lex Luthor is about to step into the portal, Batman calls to Lex Luthor warning that «I'll be coming for you» to which Lex responds «No, you won't» and activates a self-destruct sequence. Lex Luthor enters into the portal and the Fortress of Solitude suffers massive explosions. He arrives in a dark alley, presumably present day. He is greeted by his present-day self who describes him as being late.
It is then shown at the end of «The Prime Battleground» raid that Future Lex Luthor and Lex Luthor are working together to steal Brainiac's power. Lex Luthor is then betrayed by his future self as Future Lex Luthor wants the power for himself. It is then seen that Future Batman survived the explosion at the Fortress of Solitude and has been chasing Future Lex Luthor through time. Future Lex escapes and Future Batman follows him. In the following cutscene, Future Batman is said to be the last hope for humanity.
Following these events, the heroes are led by Future Batman while villains are led by Future Lex Luthor to the «Nexus of Reality» (the center of the Multiverse itself). Both sides fight for control, using paradoxes from constant time-travels to alter the histories of iconic characters, forcing heroes and villains to work parallel to each other, changing the timelines in the same fashion. What one causes, the other reverts, thus making an infinite cycle. This results in a massive paradox creature that consumes time itself. In the game's hardest raid, the player must stop the creature from destroying the time-space continuum (one of the many raids where both villains and heroes have the same goal). This event completely ends the storyline the game was based upon. DC Universe Online Download Torrent.
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