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‘Injustice 2’ Release Date, Gameplay: ‘Injustice 2’ Reportedly Adds DC Characters To Roster And Tag Team Gameplay [VIDEO]

By , UniversityHerald Reporter

"Injustice 2," the upcoming fighting video game, is currently the focus of a lot of hype since the video game is said to roll out this March 2017. The latest details for the upcoming video game will feature possible DC characters which will be added to the roster and a tag team gameplay.

It seems that the American video game developer, NetherRealm Studios, confirmed that the upcoming fighting game will have a beta test in 2017, as players can now sign-up and register in the "Injustice 2" official website. Although the video game developer has not revealed any specific features in the game's beta test, it appears that the "Injustice 2" beta will be limited in North America.

The fighting video game will have a Gear System, which allows "Injustice 2" players to customize the appearance of their chosen villain or DC hero. NetherRealm Studios will likely add some sort of RPG elements in the game. Nonetheless, game aficionados were concerned about the gear system as they felt the feature could affect the overall balance of "Injustice 2" in terms of gameplay.

Another possible new gameplay feature in the game could be the 2vs2 tag team. The 2vs2 in the "Injustice 2" video game could likely compete with other fighting games, such as the "Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite," EventHubs reported.

Furthermore, aside from the "Injustice 2" characters that have already been confirmed for the upcoming video game, the roster is set to include, the Green Arrow, Flash, Black Canary, two Green Lanterns (Hal Jordan and John Stewart), Brainiac, Robin (Damian Wayne Robin), Scarecrow, Black Adam, Doctor Fate, Mr. Freeze, Catwoman, Power Girl, Joker, Bane and Cyborg, according to WWG.

Meanwhile, the Ultimate Edition of the game is said to come along with nine additional DLC characters. Rumor has it that the DLC could possibly include characters from the video game series, "Mortal Kombat."

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