DC Universe Online’s First DLC Pack Comes Out On September 6th

Sony Online Entertainment announced today that it will release the highly anticipated DLC package – “Fight for the Light” – for its hit online action game DC Universe Online on September 6th  in the United States. SOE will also provide the new DLC pack as a FREE download to all active subscribers as a way to thank its loyal players.
Introducing DC Comics legend The Green Lantern and the game’s seventh power set (Light), the “Fight for the Light” pack allows players to join the Green Lantern Corps or Sinestro Corps as reservist members while helping to restore balance to the universe.
Along with interactions with Green Lantern based favorites and foes, players will be launched into multiple action-packed scenarios, including an epic battle for control in S.T.A.R. Labs, a light-to-light showdown with the Red Lantern Corps in Coast City, and chaotic prison break at Sciencells Prison.
DC Universe Online is licensed by Warner Bros on behalf of DC Entertainment and is the first massively multiplayer online action game made for the PC and the PlayStation 3 featuring real-time combat action where players control every move.
Green Lantern offers another exciting superhero for PC and PS3 players to join forces with in their epic battles online, following DCUO’s ongoing combat missions featuring other DC Comics legends such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Joker and Lex Luthor.

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