Nov 15, 2016 02:46 PM EST
‘Injustice 2’ News & Updates: Other DC Characters Will Join Roster of Heroes and Villains for 2017 Release Date? [VIDEO]
NeatherRealm Studio, the developer of "Injustice 2" is rumored to have added some DC characters to the game. Rumors suggest that the addition of the character is likely to cause another cancellation of the game's release date that is slated in March 2017. Read more details here!
DC Characters for "Injustice 2"
"Injustice 2" is the most-awaited sequel of the popular game "Injustice: Gods Among Us". It can be recalled that NeatherRealm Studio, the game developer has released the game's teaser video in June that made fans speculate about the game's imminent release date; however, due to a number of issues, the launching is facing possibility of cancellation.
Despite cancellation issues, fans are eager to see who among the DC characters are included in the game. According to Kotaku, the following classic DC characters are likely to be part of the game: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Blue Beatle, Gorilla Grodd, Attrocitus, Harley Quinn and Dead Shot.
In addition, the following DC heroes are also rumored to be included in "Injustice 2": Captain Gold, Ra's al Ghul, Black Canary, The Atom, Red Hood, John Constantine, Starfire, Swamp Thing and Beast Boy. According to The Nerdist, fans have also come up with their own wish list of characters to be included in the game and they are Booster Gold, Vixen, Black Alice, Lady Shiva, Matter-Eater Lad, Doctor Manhattan and Grail.
"Injustice 2" Release Date Cancelled
Other reports claimed that "Injustice 2" release date scheduled in March 2017 is heading towards cancellation. The game's launch date plans and production timeline are reportedly affected by the issues brought about the strike of The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists who demand changes on their two-decade-old contract.
NeatherRealm and Warner Bros. have remained tight-lipped over the issues. Nevertheless, "Injustice 2" is expected to rollout in Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, iOS and Android platforms.
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