Alongside the debut of the trailer for Titans, the first of several original series to come on the platform, Warner Bros. has dropped information that audiences have been waiting for in regards to their dive into the world of DC Entertainment streaming with DC Universe, including how much it will cost you.
An annual subscription for the service will run $74.99 or subscribers can also choose to go with a $7.99 a month plan instead. There is also the option to pre-order one’s annual subscription, before the fall 2018 launch, and gain three months for free on top of your year. For the short period of SDCC weekend, July 19 through July 22, those that pre-order will be entered into a sweepstakes to win tickets to the Aquaman premiere.
With that subscription, you’ll get access to a curated list of DC Entertainment content both new and old and live-action and animated film and television series. This includes the original and returning programs like Titans, Swamp Thing, and Young Justice as well as old favorites like Batman Beyond, Justice League animated series, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Batman: The Animated Series, Constantine, Batman Begins, Birds of Prey and so much more.
This content is said to rotate quarterly or close to quarterly, giving subscribers access to thousands of titles at a time.
Subscribers will also have access to a curated selection of comic books, receive breaking news, access to exclusive merchandise as well as connect with others in the DC Community and participate in contests/sweepstakes and more. Content will sync across devices and once the platform launches it will be available on iOS and Android devices, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and Android TV.