Digital collectible card game maker CCG Labs announced today that DC Dual Force is now live for gameplay on both Steam and at the Epic Game Store. The game centers on the Batman Who Laughs which will lead into two final playable comics at the end of October.
According to the statement from CCG Labs’ COO, Tobin Lent:
The comics we have featuring The Batman Who Laughs are very dark – just right for Halloween, but they really deliver what’s special about DC Dual Force. As many folks know, The Batman Who Laughs is from a timeline where Batman loses his sanity to Joker’s toxin and recruits six other Dark Multiverse Batmans after they each alter themselves to get superhuman abilities. These Dark Knights then run havoc over the multiverse. In our playable comics, you get to play as these Dark Knights against our core heroes, earning prizes along the way. It’s really a fantastic experience. I can’t wait for players to try it out.
To close out their October launch offerings, DC Dual Force is releasing three special Leader Bundles. The bundles will feature:
- Alt-art Dark Nights: Death Metal versions of Wonder Woman, Superman, and Batman (priced at 1,300 Gems or approximately $13)
- Each includes a unique Leader card, 5 booster packs, a profile image, and card back – all themed to Death Metal!
- The card backs will feature Superman on lead guitar, Batman on bass, and Wonder Woman on the electric keys!
There’s also an ultimate deal, where players can pick up the Dark Nights Premium Pack, including all 3 Leader Bundles, plus 50 booster packs for 6,000 Gems. That’s over $100 of stuff for approximately $60.
Based on DC’s comic-book universe, DC Dual Force allows players to experience epic-level combat strategy with their favorite DC Super Hero or Super-Villain – From Aquaman and Batman to The Joker and Lex Luthor – and everything in Between! In DC Dual Force, you pair your favorite with another Leader from the DC Universe, connecting super friends, like Batman and Wonder Woman, or creating unusual alliances, like Black Adam and… Superman? Then, you surround them with Recruits (other Super Heroes and Super-Villains) along with Actions themed to work well with your ultimate duo. In the end, playing your DC Dual Force deck feels like you’re in the middle of a fight themed to the Super Heroes (or Super-Villains) you’ve partnered with.