Injustice 2 mobile gets soft launch in the Philippines, along with character leaks

By Kin Boon on Feb 16, 2017

Developers of the upcoming DC Universe fighting game Injustice 2, NetherRealm Studios confirmed last year that a mobile version will be released. It certainly has, just that it’s a soft launch and you can only download it if you are residing in the Philippines. With that said, you can expect to hear more about it closer to the main Injustice 2 launch for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

A gameplay video has been uploaded by AllStars Production on YouTube, showing how the mobile version looks this time around. Besides the gameplay improvements in terms of the various new moves that you can make, two new characters have also been revealed for the mobile version, Cyborg and Scarecrow. Both of this characters haven’t been announced for the console version yet, so we might get a confirmation during the next character reveal on February 23, or none at all considering that some of the first mobile Injustice characters didn’t make it into the consoles.

In addition to the new characters reveal, the full roster might have been leaked in the process as well. According to YouTube channel Dynasty, images of the game folders are circulating online and if the information stated in them is true, we might have the full list of the roster, including new characters such as Joker, Green Arrow, and series newcomer, Doctor Fate. It remains to be seen whether these characters will make it to the console version, though they most certainly will considering their popularity among fans. Another discovery in the mobile version of Injustice 2 reveals the game getting special skins, such as the CW skins for TV series of The Flash, Arrow, and Supergirl.

A release date hasn’t been announced for Injustice 2 on mobile and tablet, but the core game will drop on March 16 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Source: VG 24/7

Kin Boon
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