DC Universe Online takes you to the House of Legends tomorrow

    
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Where do you go to hang out when you’ve got a pair of spandex tights, unlicensed superpowers, and a desire to hobnob with fellow caped crusaders? If you’re in DC Universe Online, you’re going to want to book it over to the brand-new House of Legends, which will go live tomorrow.

This definitely sounds like the place to be: “House of Legends introduces a new cross-faction social hub, the new Allies system, a new On Duty menu with Quick Play, new Save the Universe content, new styles and rewards, and converts most episode content to the Omnibus — removing combat rating relevancy and loot locks entirely. Plus, launching with House of Legends is the new Doctor Fate’s Daily Rewards system, access level changes to cash caps, XP rates, in-game slots of all kinds, and of course FREE. EPISODES. FOR. ALL.”

The update will roll out across all platforms tomorrow, August 25th. You can get an advance look at this new hangout in the following video:

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Mallus

This sounds interesting, and it seems MMO’s are working harder to make their games more accessible these days and that’s a good thing.

Din Djarin
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Din Djarin

Is this game viable as an entirely F2P player?

Pepperzine
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Pepperzine

Nope, you’ll need to cough up some cash to be able to access all the alerts/raids. The subscription is great though cause you gain access to all of the alerts/raid content

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Andrew Clear

@Pepperzine

All of the alerts/raids have been free for sometime, but tomorrow they are making that permanent. They are increasing inventory slots, uncapping max amount of currency, and removing other restrictions from f2p players.

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Witches

No Green Lantern powers if you are 100% free.

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Vanquesse V

as of tomorrow all content is free. certain power sets will be locked behind either purchase or subscription, and having a subscription will give you faster progression, but you should be able to play for free.

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Andrew Clear

@Din Djarin

Yes, you can play it entirely as a F2P player, you will just be missing some power sets, cosmetics, etc, that you can purchase.

I hate to be that guy, but, maybe people should spend a little money on these f2p titles, as the people who make them need to eat as well. No business can survive without cash flow.

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Eric Gray Jr.

It’s sometimes great to be “that guy” that can see spending for a sub once and becoming a premium player for life afterwards, wouldn’t be the end of the world for themselves.

Yet, all the time, seeing “those guys” that can’t be so bothered to spend even 5 bucks on the game, seem to be those same ones begging to be traded an aura when they are still in the level process.

Din Djarin
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Din Djarin

I’ve spent plenty of money on subscription fees for other MMOs over the years. I only ask if this can be played as a F2P player, to “get the feel” for the game, and such before possibly spending more money each month. I’m not afraid to pay a sub fee, but there are F2P (with sub optional) MMOs where F2P is so limited, it’s not even worth it…