Launching on Jan. 21, the all-new DC Universe Infinite will offer readers access to over 25,000 titles from DC’s massive back catalog.
DC Universe Infinite — the revamped, comics-centric version of the DC Universe app — has set its launch date and laid out some of the new features readers can expect.
Launching on Thursday, Jan. 21, DC Universe Infinite will serve as a one-stop hub for readers to dive into a massive library of over 25,000 digital comics, including titles from Vertigo, DC Black Label and Milestone Media. New titles will be added six months after in-store release, with Digital First titles arriving in just three months. The app will also feature a brand-new interface, an enhanced comic reader, custom lists, a customizable app icon and more.
“This is just the beginning of DC UNIVERSE INFINITE’s transformation,” Warner Bros. President of Global Brands and Experiences Pam Lifford said. “Our fans will have access to a rich collection of their favorite comic books and publishing while connecting with a community that loves the same DC characters and brands.”
DC Universe Infinite launches in the United States on Jan. 21 before expanding globally later this year. Current DC Universe subscribers can continue to use their login credentials, while new subscribers can sign up for $7.99/month or $74.99/year.
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