Alongside access in Canada and New Zealand.
DC Universe Infinite, the publisher’s comic book subscription portal, will soon be available in Australia and New Zealand.
Access for us down under should begin on 30 March, following new availability in Canada and to be followed by access in the UK, Mexico and Brazil in the months to come.
DC Universe Infinite was once a streaming video service, but has transitioned in the wake of HBO Max. It offers up a back catalogue of DC’s comics alongside digital firsts like Suicide Squad King Shark. Newly released comics are added to the library six months after their first physical print. At present, more than 25,000 books are available to read.
Moreover, the service will be discounted in each new region during its first 30 days of availability. If subscribers remain in the program, they’ll be able to access the discounted rate for the life of their plan. The reduced pricing comes to $59.99 CAD, $64.99 AUD or $64.99 NZD, reduced from a regular price point of $89.99 CAD, $99.99 AUD and $99.99 NZD respectively.
Are you going to sign up to DC Universe Infinite? Why or why not?
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