Injustice 2 Might Launch Another Character Reveal Tomorrow; What We Know So Far

For the past weeks, Injustice 2 has been releasing tons of characters that is set to arrive in the game. Fans already saw several DC characters such as Cheetah, Black Adam, Firestorm and more. Apparently, NetherRealm Studios is not yet done with these series of character reveals, as the developer recently posted another photo regarding this matter.

According to GameSpot, the still image's art is similar to previous teaser images and was dated March 30, 2017. The upcoming Injustice 2 character is expected to be revealed today and perhaps via another gameplay trailer. The image does not depict who's coming to the game since it does not share any other information aside from the date.

Meanwhile, Injustice 2's latest character reveal was Black Adam who was introduced via a trailer that arrived last week. Before Black Adam's release, fans also saw Cheetah in action with her gameplay trailer. As seen on the video footage, it appears that she possessed a unique ability that interacts with several stages in the game.

NetherRealm Studios has also provided details regarding the combat skills of Robin and Dr. Fate. As of now, there are several rumors regarding the upcoming character reveal. One of which features the possible arrival of Gorilla Grodd and Bane. It is noted that these characters were already confirmed as playable. If they are featured in the new character reveal, it might be due to fans never seeing any in-depth details of what these two can do in-game.

It might also be possible that the developer is hinting a villain theme for the next reveal. This might lead to the reveal of Captain Cold. The said character was previously given a brief appearance during the second part of Injustice 2: Shattered Alliances trailer. Perhaps, fans will finally see Cap in action in this upcoming reveal.

Injustice 2 is scheduled to arrive on May 16 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

 

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