NetherRealm Studios’ DC Universe fighting game, Injustice 2, is coming to Windows PC, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced today. The PC version is coming very soon, on Oct. 25, in the form of an open beta on Steam.
Injustice 2’s PC release will ultimately be available for sale via Steam and the Windows Store later this year. The game originally launched on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in May.
QLOC is developing the PC port of Injustice 2; it’s the same studio that was responsible for taking over development of Mortal Kombat X’s PC version. Technical details on the PC version have not been announced.
Injustice 2 follows the events of the first game, Injustice: Gods Among Us, and a comic book series that told a surprisingly bizarre story of superheroes and villains. We enjoyed our time with Injustice 2 when it was released on consoles, thanks to its entertaining single-player campaign and new fighting mechanics. Since the game launched in May, NetherRealm has bolstered the game’s roster, adding characters like Starfire, Red Hood and Sub-Zero, with more to come.
Update: Injustice 2’s open beta on PC has been delayed indefinitely, according to a tweet from the game’s official Twitter account. We’ve reached out to Warner Bros. for additional details.
The PC beta will NOT begin tomorrow. Stay tuned for more information!— Injustice2 (@InjusticeGame) October 24, 2017