A new DCUO development update focuses on artifact consolidation, per an official forum post.
Specifically, the post makes mention Dionesium, Quantum Field Energy, and Paradox Energy:
With Game Update 97/Episode 35, we will consolidate Artifact Catalysts from the 21 you know down to just 3 you don’t. Instead of needing different Catalysts for each breakthrough rank on your artifacts, you will need increasing numbers of just these new ones.
Quantum Field Energy(Uncommon Catalyst)
Paradox Energy (Rare Catalyst)
Have a bunch of the existing Catalysts? Not a problem. Use them as normal for now, or wait for the consolidation in our next game update. After the update, you will be able to consume your Catalysts for 10 Source Marks (what they cost from Constantine), and then pick up the new ones.
Check out the full post here.
And in case you missed it, check out the replay of the live stream where the team showed off a preview of the Dark Knight’s Time Capsule below.
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