DC has officially announced that they have added the Xbox One to the growing list of platforms on which fans can access their DC Universe streaming service.
The company revealed that they will make the service available on Microsoft's gaming console sometime during the month of April and that it could be ready to go as early as today. Furthermore, the price for the Xbox One version of DC Universe remains exactly the same as any other platform ($7.99/month after a 7-day free trial or $74.99/year.)
Notably, DC boasts that this announcement comes just in time for the release of their new animated film Justice League vs. the Fatal Five, which was released digitally late last month with a physical release coming tomorrow. The first season of Syfy's Superman prequel series Krypton also joined DC Universe's catalog earlier this month.
Naturally, Xbox One users will also be able to enjoy all the other content currently available on DC Universe via their gaming console of choice. Of course, this includes the streaming service's original series like Doom Patrol, Titans and Young Justice: Outsiders, not to mention upcoming titles, such as Swamp Thing, Stargirl and Harley Quinn.
Subscribers can also watch classic DC films and television shows, read from a massive library of digital comic books (which recently got a big update, no less), connect with other members of the DC community, keep up to date on DC news, shop for exclusive merchandise and enter to win various prizes.
"Since we launched DC Universe last fall we've been on a mission to expand our reach on new platforms," said DC Digital Services SVP and General Manager Sam Ades in a press release. "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."