Next month marks the release of the highly anticipated video game, Injustice 2, the sequel to Injustice: Gods Among Us. Over the past few months, we have been getting consistent updates on what characters will be playable, the designs and more.
One of the new features for the game is the gear system and today the people behind the game released a video that focuses on the new system. Through this, you get to design how your heroes or villains look like before heading into battle.
The game developers have revealed a big line-up of new DC heroes and villains that will be playable in the sequel including: Kara Zor-El/ Supergirl, Jaime Reyes/Blue Beetle, Dinah Laurel Lance/Black Canary, Floyd Lawton/Deadshot, Gorilla Grodd, Atrocitus, Damian Wayne/Robin, Victor Stone/Cyborg, Poison Ivy, Doctor Fate, Swamp Thing, Firestorm, Captain Cold, Catwoman, Darkseid and Brainiac.
“Injustice 2 is the super-powered sequel to the hit game Injustice: Gods Among Us that allows players to build and power up the ultimate version of their favorite DC characters. Featuring a massive selection of DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains, players can personalize iconic DC characters with unique and powerful gear earned throughout the game. Additionally, for the first time, gamers can take control of how their characters look, fight and develop across a variety of game modes.”
Injustice 2 will be available to both the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system as well as Xbox One on May 16. Pre-order your copy today at Injustice 2’s official website.
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5 Teen Titans Stories That Deserve The Animated Treatment
With Teen Titans: Judas Contract on the way, it’s a good time to be a Teen Titans fan.
In recent years the DC animated features have been doing a great job in adapting compelling story arcs. I think they should keep their eyes on the Titans if they want to continue releasing emotionally rich stories. Not only do the Titans stories feature great fight scenes, but they all feel like personal stories about characters continually growing and trying to find their place in the world. Let me just apologize in advanced for the fact Geoff Johns has such a solid place on this list. His run on Teen Titans helped solidify my love of comics and turned me into a monthly reader.
Did I forget your favorite Teen Titans arc? Well, let me know in the comments what you’d like to see turned into an animate feature! Hit Next to learn more about five great Teen Titans stories that WB should adapt for the silver screen.