DC Entertainment announced its streaming service, DC Universe, is finally going to be available on the Xbox One starting next week.
Sam Ades, senior vice president and general manager, DC Digital Services said in DC’s press release:
Since we launched DC UNIVERSE last fall we’ve been on a mission to expand our reach on new platforms. Fans asked for access to the ultimate DC membership on their Xbox One consoles and we are excited to deliver DC UNIVERSE to them starting next week. Our growing list of highly acclaimed original series, amazing library shows and thousands of comics are now accessible to DC fans and Xbox users alike.
While I wish this had come earlier, it does feel like the timing is spot on since the first season of Doom Patrol is wrapping up and the Swamp Thing series is about to launch at the end of May.
I signed up for the DC Universe service to be able to read back issues of DC’s comic offerings, but thoroughly enjoyed some of their original programming like Titans, Doom Patrol and Young Justice: Outsiders. You can also find the first season of Krypton on there, which, if you haven’t seen it, you really should. It’s pretty damn great.
DC Universe costs $7.99 a month, but is available to try out free for seven days. It is available in the US on iOS, Android, Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, and Roku.