Injustice 2 Update: The Flash Showcased In The Latest Gameplay Trailer

Injustice 2 fans received another update regarding what is coming to the game. This time, NetherRealm Studios highlights one of the well-known members of Justice League, the Flash. The Flash has been officially introduced via gameplay trailer, which shows his combat abilities in the forthcoming sequel.

According to Game Rant, the video trailer showcased the Flash's super speed while battling off Gorilla Grodd. Fans have seen several previews of the Flash's moves and signature abilities. As seen in the gameplay trailer, opposing players should be quick enough to counter the speedster. The Flash's super ability is very entertaining to watch as it uses lots of those time traveling skills. At the same time, provokes empathy for a T-Rex who was just trying to eat in amity.

The Flash will officially return to the Injustice series along with other familiar characters. Furthermore, several characters who did not make the cut from the first game would be making their debut in the sequel. Recently, fans saw the latest two character additions in Catwoman, a returning character, and Captain Cold, a newcomer who possessed a cold ability.

Both superheroes and villains in the DC universe will be battling once again in the darker alternate universe of the popular comic. The Shattered Alliances story trailers provide a bit of information on what to expect in the upcoming game's plot. The story trailer has four parts as of this writing, with the fourth one released just a few days ago.

With The Flash's introduction along with a gameplay trailer, fans are now leaning towards discovering who is coming next for Injustice 2. The game's roster is continually growing and known to be bigger than the first game. That means the sequel will offer more character reveals in the following weeks as its official date of release nears.

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

 

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