DCUO Releases Episode 35
Today, Daybreak released the 35th episode for DC Universe Online. Titled "Metal Part I", the new episode begins after Batman goes missing. The Dark Knights and Justice League are searching the universe for rare Metal to use in the war between the Multiverse and the Darkness. The update features new daily and weekly missions, a Solo and an Alert, and two new raids. The new raids both come in normal and Elite flavors.
Those hoping to play the new content need to be at least level 30 and have a 264 combat rating. However, the update does have a little something for everyone and for a limited time players level 15 and over can take part in special event versions of everything listed above.
For a full rundown of the new update and everything it contains, hit up the DCUO site.
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