'Injustice 2' Update: Game to be Reportedly Playable for Free on Mobile Phones; Preorder Bonus, Freebies from Major Retailers [VIDEO]

By , UniversityHerald Reporter

As publishers want to make sure that any game launch is a success, the preorder is made exciting for gamers. "Injustice 2" will debut on May 16 but fans can place their order now to get bonus and freebies at Amazon, Best Buy, and more.  

Amazon adds more rewards for its Prime members. The Standard Edition of "Injustice 2" sells for $48 whilst the Ultimate Edition is $80. For those who are lucky, they can bring home "Supergirl Origins" comics while stocks last. Best Buy offers the same discounts for the Gamer Club members with the Ultimate Edition priced at $80. For those who order ahead of "Injustice 2" launch will receive a hat bearing a Flash logo, IGN reported.

Meanwhile, GameStop is offering the Standard edition at $60 price and the Ultimate at $100. The store adds an exclusive reward along with every purchase - the "Injustice 2" poster. All of the Standard Edition purchases at these major retailers include Darkseid as playable character but for those who do not plan to preorder, the feature is rumored to be available for all.

Many gamers expect "Injustice 2" to have a PC version but a recent speculation hints at the sequel getting a mobile version. Moreover, it is likely for the title to be played for free on Android and iOS smartphones. The same media outlet believes that the 'game coming to Nintendo Switch' might be one of the big announcements made in the near future.  However, this is purely a speculation and the rumor is to be taken with a grain of salt, Screenrant reported.

To recall your memory, NetherRealm adds a new character in "Injustice 2", Poison Ivy, that looks intimidating with her manipulating ability. The trailer showcases a fighting scene between Poison Ivy and Wonderwoman. The dev also releases a new poster with another playable character, Brainiac.  

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