New fighters are making their way to Injustice 2, including some special guests.
Our favorite DC Comics’ heroes and villains get ready to throw down with one of Mortal Kombat’s own as Sub-Zero launches into Injustice 2 today.
Injustice 2 is a title that takes the pantheon of DC superheroes and pits them against each other in a Mortal Kombat-style 2D fighter. Mortal Kombat developers NetherRealm Studios are the minds behind the revered fighting franchise; with studio head Ed Boon overseeing the development of Injustice 2.
A few years ago the folks over at NeatherRealm decided to dabble in a fighting game outside of the typical Mortal Kombat bloodletting.
Warner Bros Entertainment dropped a new trailer for the upcoming DC fighter, Injustice 2.
The core fan base of the Injustice franchise is probably most excited about the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Injustice 2. But, there are a select few that will be satisfied with either the Android or iOS versions. Speaking of the mobile edition of Injustice 2, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Entertainment recently announced that pre-registration is now open for the upcoming DC fighting video game.
Fans of Injustice will not have to wait too much longer for Injustice 2 to finally drop.
When Injustice: Gods Among Us first released in 2013, it was awesome. It’s kind of weird to think a full-fledged DCU superhero fighting game hadn’t already done, or at least in such a popular manner.
Pre-E3 week is well under way with yet another major game announcement before the big event starts.
A poster for Injustice 2 leaked ahead of its possible announcement at this year’s E3.
The poster features Batman and The Flash preparing to face off. Mortal Kombat developer NetherRealm Studios returning to work on the title. The poster originally leaked via Twitter, with a higher quality version being sent to Polygon later. According to a source close to Polygon, Gamestop is receiving the poster to give out as a pre-order bonus.
NetherRealm Studios’ Creative Director Ed Boon, confirmed the leaked poster’s legitimacy with a very playful tweet:
— Ed Boon (@noobde) June 7, 2016
The original game in the series – Injustice: Gods Among Us – originally released in 2013 on previous and current-gen consoles. It featured a massive roster of DC Comic characters facing off against one another after Superman becomes a ruthless dictator, following the destruction of Metropolis.