The much anticipated DC-based video game sequel "Injustice 2" is expected to be released next year on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. However, there are no confirmed reports yet suggesting that a PC version for the game will also be released. The good thing is that NetherRealm Studio is not closing its doors for that possibility.
"Injustice 2" game producer Ed Boon made a tease during the San Diego Comic-Con 2016 that there is a possibility of a PC version of the game coming up after the console release. WCCF Tech, however, reported that it is not yet confirmed if the PC version of "Injustice 2" will come shortly after the PS4 and Xbox One release of the game. It is also possible that the game will be released on the same day for all home consoles and gaming platforms.
It has also been reported that aside from the PC version of "Injustice 2," there are also speculations that a mobile version will be up sometime in 2017. Boon also mentioned that a mobile game for "Injustice 2" may also be in the works as he created a poll to ask the fans if they want to have a mobile gaming app of "Injustice 2" or just an updated version of the first "Injustice" video game. The poll closed with a result of 71 percent for having a new gaming app.
"Injustice 2" will feature several new DC characters and heroes such as "Red Hood" and "Starfire." It is likely that some characters that are already introduced in the first game but do not have vital roles will finally become an official part of the roster as playable characters. The players can select among the lineup of popular DC characters as their fighter of choice, and throughout their adventure, they can pick armors and weapons to help them win in every fight.
NetherRealm Studio has not yet confirmed an exact release date for "Injustice 2," but the rumors are rife that the game will be released in March 2017.