Injustice 2 gameplay trailer shows off brutal combat
A few days after releasing the official announcement trailer for its upcoming fighting game, Injustice 2, Warner Bros Interactive released the first gameplay trailer of the game. In it, characters and fighting techniques are all put in the spotlight.
The trailer shows of well-known characters like Superman, Batman, Aquaman and Supergirl in action, as well as some new faces, like the Red Lantern Atrocitus. It also shows some abilities of the main characters, like a shark summoned by Aquaman or Supergirl’s durability. Of course, it wouldn’t be a real deal without a new legendary fight between Batman and Superman.
You can watch the full Injustice 2 gameplay trailer here:
Injustice 2 will be released some time in 2017, but its exact release date is still unknown. NetherRealms Studio will be present at this year’s E3 conference in Los Angeles where it’s expected to reveal more details about the game alongside some more gameplay videos.
The game will be released on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and hopefully to Windows PCs, but there’s still no confirmation about that. We remind you the previous Injustice game arrived for Windows PCs about a year after its debut on consoles, so we expect Injustice 2 to actually come to PCs sooner or later.
What do you expect from the new Injustice game? Will it be a worthy successor to the previous title? Tell us your opinion in the comments below!
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