Oct 27, 2016 03:32 AM EDT
'Injustice 2' Release Date Confirmed; New DC Characters Revealed, Features Added; Mobile Version on The Work?
"Injustice 2" has not been released yet, but good news came just recently, revealing the launch date of this fighting video game.
"Injustice 2" with more DC characters
What is best about the gameplay is that there will be more DC heroes and villains coming to "Injustice 2." There is a list of DC characters that will make an appearance, according to Eventhubs. It includes Captain Cold, Black Canary and Red Hood.
"Injustice 2" gets added features
Other exciting information is that NetherRealm Studios will add more features to the game, bringing the DC characters - heroes and villains - and let the players choose. From the official "Injustice 2" trailer, it shows that a player can collect the tools for the chosen character and use it during a battle.
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Not only picking which character for the next fight, players can also customize the looks in a way that they have a full control of the avatar.
"Injustice 2" mobile version on the work?
There is only a little information about the development of "Injustice 2" app but the studio's creative director, Ed Boon, has said previously that there will be a mobile game for "Injustice 2," IGN reported. It is probably safe to assume that the mobile app version is currently on the work before the simultaneously released with the game next year.
"Injustice 2" release date confirmed
The heroes-villains video game will be released on Dec. 31, 2017. Fans can pre-order today at a price of $59.99 for standard edition. "Injustice 2" will be available for Xbox One and PS4.
Meanwhile, check out the "Injustice 2" trailer while planning the ultimate team version of your favorite DC legends.
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