Injustice 2 Release Date Announced Via Tweet
We learned last summer that the sequel to the popular Injustice fighting game was in development. Since then, we’ve seen only bits and pieces of new information about the game. We only have confirmation of ten playable characters in the game so far, and hints at other possible new inclusions, such as Watchmen characters, have been few and far in-between. Well, now we at least finally know how much longer fans will have to wait to play this well anticipated game, as the Injustice 2 release date has been revealed on Twitter.
— Ed Boon (@noobde) January 6, 2017
The tweet seen above, directly from Injustice 2 director Ed Boon’s official Twitter account, reveals that Injustice 2 (or i2) will be released on May 16th, 2017. This comes just days after Ed Boon used a tweet to deny the rumors that have been circulating throughout the internet that Injustice 2 would be arriving on March 28th of this year.
DWhile the now confirmed May release date is still relatively soon, that still leaves the game several months to slowly reveal more details about the game, much in the style that the most popular fighting games in the industry have been known to do. We just recently saw the reveal of a very detailed video showcasing the fightset, combos, special abilities and final move of Supergirl. It is likely safe to say that we can expect more videos of this sort to surface before the final release of the game.
This new release date is surely pleasing to fans, especially considering its relatively short amount of time left to wait for the game’s release. What do you guys think? Are you happy to finally know the Injustice 2 release date? What would you like to know about Injustice 2 before the game comes out? Let us know in the comments below!
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