The DC Comics universe has had a lot of amazing games over the years, but you could argue that one of the most important ones is the Injustice series. This fighting game made by NetherRealm Studios (the creators of the recent Mortal Kombat games) have helped redefine the fighting game genre in some ways. For not only does the game have a very deep roster, but it pushes things forward in how the matches are played, and even how the levels are used. And now…it’s coming to PC.
This comes via a press release from Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, who revealed that developer QLOC will be handling the port. It should be noted that QLOC handled the PC port for Mortal Kombat X. What also makes this interesting is the fact that on October 25th, the beta for the game will go live on Steam. So players can help ensure that the game is in tip-top shape when it releases later this fall on Steam and the Windows Store.
Ironically, this reveal comes not long after NetherRealm Studios head Ed Book stated that Injustice 2 could come to the Nintendo Switch. Stating that the platform could be a good place to play the game given its portability. With QLOC working on the PC version…could the main NetherRealm Studios team be working on the Switch version?
Not that they aren’t busy enough already of course, as the team is working on new characters to bring to Injustice 2. The latest string of characters that will come to the game include Black Manta, Raiden from Mortal Kombat, Hellboy, and The Atom (Ryan Choi). And that’s only the second pack of DLC players, there’s still one more heading our way.
What do you think of this? Will you be getting the game on PC? Or will you try out the beta before you decide?