DC Universe Online Articles
Since the last DC Universe Online (DCUO) column was posted, Daybreak has given us an early Christmas present. The development team dropped Episode 36: Metal Part II (EP36) just a few weeks ago. Metal Part II is the last half of the DCUO content inspired by the Dark Nights: Metal storyline that ran through the DC Comic books in the last half of 2017. We had a chance to fly into the new content on the Switch platform. If you played the prior update, Update 97 which was the Metal Part I content, you’ll find there’s not too many surprises. Welcome to our newest episode about all things DC Universe Online!
Since the last DC Universe Online (DCUO) column was posted, Daybreak has turned on “The Witching Hour” event for October. Players also still continue to earn “Dark Metal Coins” from open events in Update 97 which was inspired by (Dark Nights) Metal Part 1. Welcome to our newest episode in an ongoing series about all things DC Universe Online!
With all the talk about Daybreak Games last week, and last weekend containing a big superheroes movie event, it seemed like a good time to check-in with one of the two only remaining superhero MMOs on the market still up and running. It seems like a while since we checked-in with DC Universe Online (DCUO). This is a DCUO briefing of some of the exciting things taking place in the game nowadays!
Sony Online Entertainment’s DC Universe Online launched with a simple premise: allow players to create their own superheroes, with unique power sets, and romp around in iconic locations and alongside beloved characters from the DC universe. Four years later, it’s still building on its solid launch, having already released twelve official updates and with much more on the way.
In his latest column, MMORPG.com Managing Editor Bill Murphy talks about his first foray into the free to play version of DC Universe Online. See if Bill found things improved and what he feels the game is going to need going forward. Leave us your impressions in the comments.
This week marks the final weekly column devoted to DC Universe Online. While Bill Murphy gets the byline, the article is authored by several of our major site contributors. They have a few words for our readers about DCUO and how they personally feel about it. Check out the MMORPG.com Staff Impressions from the likes of Jon Wood, Mike Bitton, Garrett Fuller and Drew Wood. Be sure to add your impressions in the comments below.
DC Universe Online has been out in full retail release for the past week now. In his latest DCUO column, MMORPG.com's Bill Murphy has played the game for around twenty hours now and voices some concerns about the game. See what it is that wrinkles Bill's brow and then add your thoughts to the mix in the comments below.
DC Universe Online launched this week and has been showing good numbers and server populations. MMORPG.com's Bill Murphy has been busily building his first character and has some observations about server populations, Legends PvP, server names and more. Compare notes with Bill and then leave us a few comments below.
The title says it all in MMORPG.com's Bill Murphy's latest DC Universe Online Weekly column. Bill starts with a discussion of last night's beta-ending event and moves on to stand atop the soapbox for a few cautionary words for fans and detractors alike. Check out Bill's words and them weigh in on the discussion in the comments below.
In his latest DC Universe Online column, Bill Murphy goes into a bit more detail about the PvP system that the game will employ. It's good enough, in fact, that Bill opines that he adores fighting other players. Find out why in Bill's DCUO column. Let us know what you think about DCUO PvP by commenting below.
The Quiz this week centers around a game that MMORPG.com's Drew Wood has been spending a lot of quality time with lately: DC Universe Online. See if your knowledge of DCUO is up to snuff by taking the quiz. Let us know how you did in the comments below.
MMORPG.com's Bill Murphy takes a look at PvP content in DC Universe Online in his latest column. From what he's been experienced thus far, Bill believes that Sony Online Entertainment and DCUO devs have gotten it right. Read Bill's thoughts and then comment below!
In his latest DC Universe Online column, MMORPG.com's Bill Murphy talks about the big news of the week for DCUO fans: The January 11, 2011 release date. Bill has placed himself firmly in the 'YES' camp and will be home 'sick' that day. Yet Bill acknowledges that there are things that DCUO devs need to address before that time. See what Bill thinks of the latest beta patch, what it has brought to the game and what still needs to be done. Be sure to weigh in with your own thoughts below.
In his latest column for DC Universe Online, MMORPG.com's newlywed, Bill Murphy, takes a look at the changes since December 3rd, his last foray into the game before his nuptials. In the intervening weeks, the game received a major patch and Bill takes a look at how the game has changed. Check it out in DCUO Weekly: Diving Deeper Into the Game.