DC Universe heading to Euro PSN

Costs 40 quid, 50 Euros.

Superhero MMO DC Universe Online is soon to be sold on the European PlayStation Store.

There you'll pay 39.99 or 49.99, and receive the game plus 30 days free play. That's five pounds more expensive than DC Universe Online sells for at GAME, Zavvi and Amazon.

There's no mention of a specific PSN release date.

DCUO was confirmed for the US PlayStation Store last week.

Released two months ago, DC Universe Online received solid but unspectacular scores - Eurogamer's John Bedford urging PS3 owners to demand more from a monthly subscription game.

Sony Online Entertainment's already on the offensive, however, issuing a massive 2GB update that includes a raid in the Batcave.

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