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Posted: Mar 13th 2012 9:53PM silver001 said

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I wish the dlc was less raid dependent. The game too many raids not enough open world which is fine if you are into it.

Posted: Mar 14th 2012 12:01AM Yellowdancer said

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This DLC was supposed to have more open world stuff. Not sure if it did. I rolled 2 earth alts so I will be playing with those for a while. I think the next DLC is open world PVP focused. Not sure though.
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Posted: Mar 14th 2012 3:05AM Furdinand said

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@silver001 The DLC has 4 new open world dailies, 3 of them soloable. Three new duos (two of which I did tonight and enjoyed, each takes place over a city block unlike the typical linear "dungeon" instance) and a new alert. It also includes new collections in Gotham, new briefings, and includes new "green" item styles. I found Kung Fu Gui pants. Healers can now get Medieval style gear and Tanks can get Military Tech (I'm guessing Shaman for Controllers then?). It would be extremely inaccurate to say that this DLC is raid dependent. It includes raids, but that is not the same.
In scope, this was bigger than the last two DLC packs combined. Between the DLC content and the increased frequency of updates, I think DCUO has really hit its stride.
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Posted: Mar 14th 2012 9:53AM Yellowdancer said

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I like it so far. You'd think DCUO crashed into the ocean by the grumps on the forum. And the earth power seems fun so far. Not OP like people thought.
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Posted: Mar 13th 2012 9:53PM silver001 said

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I wish the dlc was less raid dependent. The game has too many raids not enough open world which is fine if you are into it.

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