SOE announces Dragon's Prophet coming to North America, DC Universe Online DLC

Dragon’s Prophet, Runewaker Entertainment’s free-to-play action MMORPG, is coming to America, according to Sony Online Entertainment.

Dragon’s Prophet's fantasy world of Auratia has players align with dragons, and battle the evil Black Dragon to restore order to the game's home world. It features over 300 dragons, which players can fight, capture, train, and ride. Its battles cater to player control, and use an auto-target and combo system. Prospective dragon hunters and trainers can sign up for the beta the Dragon’s Prophet website.

"As one of the most imaginative and high-quality MMOs in development, Dragon’s Prophet is an incredible addition to our portfolio. It is an exceptional reflection of our mission to develop and support next generation MMOs," said John Smedley, president of Sony Online Entertainment. "Dragons are some of the most legendary, fearsome and majestic creatures. With thousands of years of story and more dragons in the game than any other MMO, we’re excited to unleash this IP so people can play and interact with dragons like never before."

SOE also announced "Home Turf," the sixth and largest DLC pack for DC Universe Online. Set for an "early 2013" release on PC and PlayStation 3, it will introduce customizable housing so that players can build a home base. Players can design their "lairs and hideouts" with hundreds of themes and finishing items, accord to a press release from SOE.

"Home Turf" will also add Stryker’s Island, Arkham Asylum, Steelworks and Ace Chemicals to the game’s locations, each of which will feature 10 missions that unlock options for the new housing.

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