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Aug 19, 2016 06:44 AM EDT

'Injustice 2' Roster: Harley Quinn and Deadshot Trailer; More Characters Hinted

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DC and NetherRealm Studios' "Injustice 2" has ever growing roster of heroes and anti-heroes for players to choose from. The game will feature two more characters from the recent film "Suicide Squad".

A new game trailer was released in the Gamescom 2016 featuring Harley Quinn and Deadshot. The two supervillains will be added to the game's roster possibly on March 2017 upon its release date. Deadshot was also added recently to the mobile version of "Injustice 2". Additionally, some more characters are teased by "Mortal Kombat" creator Ed Boon in his Twitter account, YIBADA reported.

Harley Quinn is returning from to "Injustice" in an older version as she was in "Injustice: Gods Among Us". Harley also comes with a couple of outfits including her classics and the new "Suicide Squad" costume. Deadshot, on the other hand, will be making his debut. He also fights just like Deathstroke, however, he is more of a close-quarter combatant and he does not look bad, according to VG 24/7.

Harley Quinn fights using an array of her dangerous gag weapons which includes her signature giant mallet, baseball bats, explosive dynamites, and even two pet Hyenas with dyed hair. Deadshot fights with his machine gun gauntlets, a sniper rifle and his perfect aim and precision.

Previously, "Mortal Kombat" Ed Boon teased on his Twitter account the arrival of new characters. Using poll voting, Ed Boon frequently asks about fans who they would want to see next. He mentioned Red Hood, Black Manta, John Constantine, and Starfire. The biggest percentage so far is Starfire followed by John Constantine.

Also, Ed Boon asked the fans which version of the Red Hood they would want to see in "Injustice 2". Additionally, Boon cited the guest appearance of a "Mortal Kombat" character, Scorpion.

Injustice two is rumored to be released on March 2017.

 

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