Players who missed out on the initial release of Injustice 2 have now been given the chance to pick up the game complete with all of its DLC characters, courtesy of a Legendary Edition. The game was undoubtedly one of the best games that saw release last year, showcasing some of the most thrilling fighting gameplay for some time while amping up the excitement of pitting DC heroes against each other that proved so popular with the original Injustice.
The game had a very strong launch roster, but part of the appeal of Injustice 2 has been the quality of the characters that have been added to its lineup courtesy of DLC. Along the way, the game has seen ten additional characters added, and everyone from Hellboy through to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has wanted to get in on some hand-to-hand combat action. In short, the game has managed to further expand its reach through some really solid additions.
That said, Injustice 2 is now available to comic book and fighting game fans as a full package, as developer NetherRealm Studios has just launched Injustice 2: Legendary Edition. This version of the game includes all of the additional content, so those combatants available through the Fighter Packs, plus Darkseid, are now all under one roof alongside the game's bonus skins. What's more, this complete edition launched alongside an exciting trailer showcasing the fighters in action, which can be seen above.
It's certainly a good place to pick up the game for those who didn't grab it last year. Not only does this Legendary Edition include some great DC Comics characters such as Atom, Red Hood, and Enchantress, but it also makes a nod to NetherRealm's other fantastic fighting franchise, Mortal Kombat. As such, Injustice 2 answers that much-needed question as to who would win in a fight between Sub Zero and Batman.
Injustice 2: Legendary Edition may well leave a decent mark, with plenty of gamers happy to wait for a special edition of the game with all of the additional characters included in the Fighter Packs. After all, plenty of would-be players were showing interest in the game last year, at least if Google search rankings for video games are anything to go by, so now may be the time for those sitting on the fence to finally get the game.
However, this does likely mark the end of any major additional content for Injustice 2. Fans had been hoping that there could be even more Fighter Packs in the pipeline, even though the game's three pack release schedule had been documented. However, given director Ed Boon's penchant for surprises, anything is possible.