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MMORPG | Setting:Super-Hero | Status:Final  (rel 01/11/11)  | Pub:Sony Online Entertainment
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DC Universe Online News

Latest Headlines for DC Universe Online

  • Bring on the Pain

    The DC Universe Online team has released a half dozen new screenshots from this past weekend's New York Comic Con. The screens feature player-created villains laying the smackdown on some of DC's biggest heroes. Check them out in our DCUO gallery.

    Reported on Oct 11, 2010
  • Game Delay Q&A

    Earlier this week, it was announced that DC Universe Online would be delayed to 'early' 2011 rather than in November 2010 as originally planned. writer Bill Murphy had the opportunity to sit down with DCUO's Senior Producer Wes Yanagi specifically to talk about the delay and what exactly it means for the game.

    Reported on Oct 07, 2010
  • Delayed Until Early 2011

    Sony Online Entertainment has revealed that DC Universe Online will be delayed until 'early 2011'. Originally set to release in November 2010, Sony has guaranteed that players who preorder the game prior to November 15th will have access to the beta beginning November 30th. Additionally, players with VIP cards and who have registered on the official site will receive beta access as early as next week.

    Reported on Oct 04, 2010
  • Sixteen New Screens

    Sony Online Entertainment has released sixteen new screenshots from DC Universe Online. This time, the screens feature a look at hero battles in both Gotham and Metropolis. The battle screens show off some great looking effects. Check them all out in our DC Universe Online gallery.

    Reported on Oct 04, 2010
  • Lex Luthor & NY Comic Con Q&A

    Yesterday, DC Universe Online devs revealed Superman's arch-nemesis, Lex Luthor. After the screenshots showed off this ultra bad boy,'s Bill Murphy sent over a few questions to Game Director Chris Cao. We've got more about Lex Luthor and a bit of a teaser about New York Comic Con. Check it out!

    Reported on Oct 01, 2010
  • The Man With the Fragile Ego

    DC Universe Online devs have sent out eight brand new screenshots of ultra-bad boy Lex Luthor, arch nemesis of Superman. Luthor is out to prove to the world that brains, his brain in particular, are superior to brawn. He's out to get Superman any way he can and if the suit he's wearing in these screens is any indication, he's worked very hard to bring the battle to the Man of Steel.

    Reported on Sep 30, 2010
  • New Developer Q&A Video

    The official DC Universe Online Facebook page has been updated with the latest "Inside the Studio" video where Game Director Chris Cao and Creative Director Jens Andersen take on questions from fans. This time, the pair answer questions about how powers/abilities progress throughout the game, character creation, street clothes vs hero gear, origin stories and more. The video comes in at 12+ minutes and is worth a look!

    Reported on Sep 29, 2010
  • A Dozen New Screens

    Sony Online Entertainment has sent out a dozen new screenshots from DC Universe Online. The screens cover a variety of things from locations, to Iconic play to PvP. Locations include the Ace o'Clubs bar, the Steelworks and Amusement Mile. Check them all out in our DCUO gallery.

    Reported on Sep 27, 2010
  • "Who Do You Trust?"Cinematic Director's Cut

    DCUO Creative Director and renowned comic artist Jim Lee joins Blur Studios Director Tim Miller to give us a behind-the-scenes look at the creative process that went into putting together the "Who Do You Trust?" cinematic for DC Universe Online in this latest video.

    Reported on Sep 24, 2010
  • Guessing at the Details

    In this seventh installment of the DC Universe Online Weekly,'s Bill Murphy takes a look at Gamespot's recent article about their visit to the SOE studios in Austin, TX. Bill points out the most relevant information shared during that visit and shares a few thoughts about what it means for the game. Check it out and then let us know what you think on our forums.

    Reported on Sep 23, 2010
  • Location & Combat Screens

    Sony Online Entertainment has released a fresh dozen screenshots from DC Universe Online. The screens feature several in game locations and both PvE and PvP fight screens. Locations shown off include Joker's Fun House, Glen Morgan Square in Metropolis, the Hall of Doom, and even Circe's Lair where players square off against Circe's animal-mutated minions. Check them out in our DC Universe Online gallery.

    Reported on Sep 20, 2010
  • Is the DCUO Quiet a Good Thing?

    Many fans and prospective players have been getting edgy of late, wondering why it is that DC Universe Online developers have been playing their collective cards so close to the chest. After all, the game is due out within weeks and so much is yet unknown. In his latest blog post on the Staff Blog, Bill Murphy opines that maybe this is a good thing. See what you think and then jump on the forums and have your say!

    Reported on Sep 16, 2010
  • Welcome Gorilla Grodd

    The Flash will be unhappy to hear that his arch enemy, Gorilla Grodd, has arrived in the DC Universe Online game. Sony Online Entertainment has sent out six new screenshots of this ultra hairy bad ass ape. There's nothing like a telepathic gorilla to make your Wednesday shine. Check out all six new screenshots in our DC Universe Online gallery.

    Reported on Sep 14, 2010
  • The Lack of Crafting

    Last week, writer Bill Murphy had the opportunity to interview DC Universe Online's Chris Cao. One of the more interesting pieces of information to come from that interview was the revelation that crafting as it is traditionally known in most MMOs will not be included in DCOU. Bill has some thoughts about why devs made this decsion and about some of the pros and cons of excluding crafting. See what Bill thinks and then add your thoughts on our forums.

    Reported on Sep 09, 2010
  • Chris Cao Interview's Bill Murphy has scored an interview with DC Universe Online Game Director Chris Cao about some of the ultra cool features in the game. The interview reveals details about several features including Iconic Play, Cities, Crafting and more. We've got some never-before revealed information that you won't want to miss. Keep reading!

    Reported on Sep 03, 2010
  • A Basic Recap of DCUO columnist Angie Webb recently had the opportunity to sit in on a live demo of DC Universe Online. During the demo, she saw developers play through an area called Amusement Mile, the proverbial playground of The Joker and Harley Quinn. Find out what Angie thought of the demo and about some of the nifty small touches devs have included in the game (the Jester hat equip!).

    Reported on Sep 01, 2010
  • Wonder Woman Looks Like...Wonder Woman

    DC Universe Online promises players the ability to play as and alongside iconic characters from the comics. Iconic not only means well-known but also involves a look. Wonder Woman looks just right as you'll see in our screens. She is dressed in a costume similar to the one she's been seen in since 1941. Check it out!

    Reported on Aug 30, 2010
  • New Screens

    The DC Universe Online team has sent out a cool half dozen new screenshots. We've got a little Batman and Robin action as well as a look at Poison Ivy, the Joker and more! Check 'em out!

    Reported on Aug 27, 2010
  • DCUO Weekly #4: The Potential of Powers

    Super heroes need super powers and in his weekly DCUO column, writer Bill Murphy wonders which of the ones from the comics will make the transition to DC Universe Online. Will wind, atomic, mental and martial arts make the cut? See what you think as you read Bill's thoughts and then add a few of your own.

    Reported on Aug 26, 2010
  • Weekly #3: Episodes and Cosmetic Items

    In the third installment of columnist Bill Murphy's DC Universe Online column, Bill takes gives fans something to think about with regard to the game's episodes and cosmetic items. Episodes are a way for players to interact with well-known characters from the comics. Cosmetic items, while nothing new, have a new twist on them by the sheer virtue that they can be dropped rather than simply purchased. Check out Bill's DCOU #3.

    Reported on Aug 19, 2010