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Injustice 2 features Batman vs. The Flash and more

09 Jun 16

Warner Bros. has announced that Injustice 2 is currently in development. This is a sequel to the fighting game featuring DC comic book heroes/villains. 

The new game is being developed by NetherRealm Studios and features a massive roster of DC characters. Some of the announced characters include Batman, The Flash, Superman, Supergirl, AquamanGroddAtrocitus and more. 

“In Injustice 2, we are introducing new features that will change the way fans play fighting games,” said Ed Boon, Creative Director, NetherRealm Studios.  “We’re always interested in pushing the genre forward and allowing players to customise and level-up their favourite DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains is a significant leap.”

Battles in the game take place in familiar locations such as Metropolis, Gotham City and Atlantis. The game will have a new story that takes place after the events of the first one. The game will be out in 2017 for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles.

 

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