DC Universe Infinite Launches a new Ultra tier to its Universe Infinite comic book subscription service that lets you read digital copies of comics just one month after they hit store shelves (via Gizmodo). The new tier starts on Monday at an introductory price of $99/year, but this price only lasts until November 28th and DC doesn’t say how much it will cost after that.
At the moment, DC Universe Infinite users have to wait six months before they can read a new comic. Even though the new tier could make the service more appealing to diehard comic book fans, it costs a lot more than the standard subscription, which costs $74.99 per year or $7.99 per month.
In addition to a shorter launch window, DC is giving Ultra subscribers access to 5,000 exclusive titles from Vertigo, DC Black Label, and Collected Editions. This brings the total number of comics Ultra subscribers can read to over 32,000. Anyone who upgrades to the new tier will also have a chance to get one free physical comic book, starting with The Death of Superman 30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition, which has a cover designed by Ivan Reis that is only available with this edition. Also, check Destiny 2 Upcoming Seasons
With the new Ultra tier, DC Universe Infinite might be able to compete with Marvel Unlimited, which in 2020 will limit digital releases to three months. Marvel Unlimited has standard plans that cost $9.99 per month or $69 per year. It also has a $99 per year Plus plan that comes with exclusive merchandise, discounts on Disney’s online shop, and other benefits that change every year.
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