DC Universe Online celebrates seven years and you get the gifts!

Today marks the seventh anniversary of DC Universe Online, and players are getting some goodies in honor of the occasion. Lead Producer Leah “Katnikov” Bowers posted a note outlining the gifts as well as offering a quick look back over the happenings of 2017. Take a stroll down memory lane then hop in game to get your anniversary items.

What gifts await players? All players, be they All-access members or non-members, can claim a new, updated Dark Spector Batsuit for 2018. Current members can claim a unique box that contains an unlocked Paradox time capsule, an in-game poster of Earth 3’s epic Superman vs. Ultraman art, and a collection of emblems modeled after Metal, the current special series from DC Comics. Past members (accounts that had their last member log in between August 1, 2014, and October 31, 2017) get membership benefits — minus the monthly currency grant — throughout the rest of January.

With exception of the free membership that is auto-granted to eligible accounts, the gifts must be claimed by logging into the game by January 31st, so jump in and grab them soon. Then be sure to tune in to OPTV tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST to help celebrate with an anniversary stream.

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Dug From The Earth

I reinstalled this game after about 3 years of not playing…. (last i played was when hideouts first came out). Used to play it a ton, and owned all the DLC up until i quit.

I must say, the super hero vibes were high when i started it up… but the dated engine, clunky UI, and awful controls made me uninstall it about 30 minutes later.

Tired of all these old games being stretched thin, rather than having newer, non-amateur games come out long after the games in a genre have long since passed their prime.

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Sray

Been saying for a while now that it would simply make more sense for both companies and consumers if big budget MMOs were designed to be replaced every 2 to 4 years: you lose the need for abusive monetization practices, and you have more technologically up to date games. Imagine if WoW’s expansions were literally new games that you could level a character through game to game like Mass Effect game saves.