Injustice 2 Release Date Confirmed; Game Scheduled For Summer

NetherRealm Studios Creative Director, Ed Boon, has officially announced the release date for their upcoming fighting game entitled Injustice 2. Previously, Boon has confirmed the leaked March 28 release date fake after hearing the rumors. In order to halt the possible spread of the wrong information, Boon himself, clarifies this issue.

According to the report from Game Rant, Ed Boon has recently tweeted the official release date for the game. As seen on his tweet, the director has only posted an image that clearly states the date of release instead of putting out an unnecessary release date trailer.

Based on the report, fans are still doubtful on the upcoming game's release date since it was revealed via a video trailer seven months ago. Apparently, the only rumor that stays close to Ed Boon's official Twitter announcement was the ones found on GameStop's company earnings report that shows the game launching in the first half of 2017.

Meanwhile, fans are now leaning towards the game's full roster since the release date is set. NetherRealm Studios has announced lots of familiar faces of both superheroes and villains such as Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Batman and the latest addition such as Supergirl, Gorilla Grodd, Atrocitus and Suicide Squad members Harley Quinn and Deadshot.

Seemingly, NetherRealm Studios has lots of time to work on the Injustice 2's roster since the release date is almost five months away. In fact, Ed Boon and his development team have been already teasing their fans asking them if they would want to see the characters from DC Comic's Watchmen to join the roster. In addition, if NetherRealm Studios will follow the trend on their first game regarding expanding the roster outside DC Comics, fans might see another character such as Sub-Zero and Spawn.

Injustice 2 is scheduled to arrive this coming May 16, 2017 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

 

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