Warner Bros. has announced yet another version of Injustice 2.
Injustice 2 - Legendary Edition includes the NetherRealm fighting game and all downloadable playable characters released so far as well as the premiere skins available from the Injustice 2 Ultimate Edition.
The DLC characters are Darkseid, Red Hood, Starfire, Sub-Zero, Black Manta, Raiden, Hellboy, Atom, Enchantress and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
NetherRealm has released gameplay showing off the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in DC-themed fighting game Injustice 2.
The great Star Wars debacle - and I'm not talking about The Last Jedi's second act here - dominated video game headlines in the last quarter of 2017. But in truth the year was packed with depressing stories about loot boxes, so many in fact that it has at times felt like our beloved hobby was more about the chance to win a rare item than it was about the chance to play.
NetherRealm has released a gameplay video showing upcoming Injustice 2 DLC character The Atom - and it looks like the developer has nailed the superhero's look and feel.
Here's a guest character - well, four - we hadn't expected for Injustice 2: the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Injustice 2 is coming to PC - half a year after it launched on console.
Publisher Warner Bros. said NetherRealm's DC Universe fighting game comes out on PC via Steam and Windows Store this autumn, with an open beta set to begin on 25th October on Steam.
The PC version is developed by Polish porting specialists QLOC, which worked on the PC version of Mortal Kombat XL.
NetherRealm has yet to show off Hellboy, who is set to arrive in Injustice 2 as part of the game's Fighter Pack Two DLC, but that hasn't stopped the developer revealing a brand new character.
Mortal Kombat veteran Raiden hits Injustice 2 in October as part of Fighter Pack 2, and developer NetherRealm has released a gameplay video showing off his new moves.
Warner Bros' latest superhero fighting game Injustice 2 is branching out of the DC Comics universe with the addition of Dark Horse hero Hellboy as part of the upcoming Fighter Pack 2 DLC.
Injustice 2 gets a new DLC character today: Starfire.
Bizarro, the backwards-speaking supervillain (hero?) reflection of Superman is now in Injustice 2.
NetherRealm has released new shaders for all characters in DC-themed fighting game Injustice 2 - but they're expensive to unlock.
Sub-Zero is out today for fighting game Injustice 2.
There's a lot to be said for being the good guy. You get the parades, the hero worship, and the smug sense of satisfaction that comes with being on the side of right. And you make the world a better place, I guess.
Injustice 2 is number one in the UK charts this week. The new release is the first fighting game to top the rankings in over two years, since Mortal Kombat X back in April 2015.
Before you fight another player in Injustice 2, the game tells you your win odds. It's a slightly disconcerting thing to be presented with just before getting stuck into yet another online ranking match. You have a four per cent chance of winning, the game often tells me. Well damn. Bit of a lost cause, this, isn't it? And then I think, this is actually a lovely little touch from the developers at NetherRealm - one of many littered throughout this bulging fighting game package.
Publisher: Warner Bros Interactive
Sub-Zero from Mortal Kombat is a guest DLC character in upcoming fighting game Injustice 2.
Deputy Editor's note: A year ago I reported on Hypespotting 5, one of the UK's biggest fighting game tournaments, after it suffered a raft of technical issues and disappointed some fans. After we ran the article I was contacted by a number of people embedded within the UK fighting game community who defended the scene and called for a deeper look. I thought now, with Hypespotting 6 taking place, it was a great time to do just that and investigate the state of the UK fighting game community.
NetherRealm has released Injustice 2 gameplay showing off playable character Robin.
Injustice 2's Robin is Damian Wayne, a DC Universe superhero and son of Batman.
In the video, Robin faces Batman, who says: "I can't forgive the deaths."
Injustice 2's special editions include skins that significantly change a number of the playable characters included with the game - so much so that they're pretty much DLC characters.
DC supervillain Darkseid is a playable character in fighting game Injustice 2 - but you have to pre-order to get him.
Injustice 2 developer NetherRealm has addressed concern around the fighting game's new Gear System.
NetherRealm's fighting game Injustice 2 is going big on characters from Suicide Squad. It's just unveiled Harley Quinn and Deadshot.
Injustice 2 has premiered its first gameplay footage in the following trailer (captured by Gematsu based on a stream by developer NetherRealm Studios).
We get to see such characters as Gorilla Grodd, Supergirl, Red Lantern Atrocitus, Aquaman and Black Manta duke it out. Based on the end of this trailer, one wonders if Batman remembered to pack his shark repellent bat-spray. Though I guess he could always just punch one, like he did in Arkham City. (I realise that's not technically a shark, but it seems close enough to be susceptible to shark repellent, right?)
As previously revealed, Injustice 2 will let you customise your characters.
It feels strange to say it again so soon, but E3 is nigh once more. As per usual, the rumour mill has been working full tilt in the run up to the conference, even if this year's rumours have been dominated by what won't be at the show as much as what will.
Warner Bros just announced Injustice 2, the next fighting game from the people behind Mortal Kombat. It's due out on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2017.
Warner failed to mention a PC version, which perhaps isn't surprising given the publisher's recent troubled past on the platform.
The hook with Injustice 2, which features DC superheroes and supervillains, is that you can "build and power up" the characters.
An image has appeared online that reveals Injustice 2.