Injustice 2: This 60 Mins Of Gameplay Shows New Features That Fans May Dislike


The next game NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros are working on is “Injustice 2”, a sequel to 2013’s Injustice: God Among Us. The game is scheduled to launch in 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. NetherRealm looks pretty confident about Injustice 2 so much so that they have shared Over 60 Minutes of Injustice 2 direct-feed gameplay running in 60FPS/1080p. You can watch the video below.

Injustice 2

The stance of the Batman should change, and also some of his super moves are not up to the mark. The super move of Batman in Injustice 1 was much better. The new person that talks when players pick a character and announce the winner might turn down fans in a big way considering the fact that the female voice that did this job in Injustice 1 was better.

Injustice 2 playable roster will feature both returning and new characters and villains. As per the details officially shared by Warner Bros, Injustice 2 will feature the “Biggest DC Roster” ever offered in a fighting game. Also, some additional characters will be added to the game as DLC content.

So far, Injustice 2 playable roster includes: “Aquaman, Atrocitus, Batman, Flash, Gorilla Grodd, Supergirl, Superman, and Wonder Woman.”

Injustice 2 will continue the storyline established in Injustice: Gods Among Us. Following the defeat of the High Councilor, the alternate timeline Batman and his insurgents attempt to piece society back together while struggling against the remnants of Superman’s regime who seek to restore his rule. In the midst of the chaos, a new threat appears that puts Earth’s existence at risk.