24 October 2017 - 17:10

Injustice 2 is heading to PC just in time for players to get the game's newest character

A beta for the game will launch tomorrow.
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PC players will finally be able to get their hands on the long-awaited sequel to DC's Injustice series, Injustice 2, when the game launches this Autumn.

The PC port of the game is being handled by QLOC, a localization, quality assurance, and port company, which has worked on ports for games such as DmC, Street Fighter X Tekken, and Resident Evil 6 for multiple platforms in the past.

In order to prepare players for the game's eventual PC release sometime before the end of the year, Warner Bros. is offering PC players a chance to take part in the open beta on Oct. 25 on Steam. The beta build will give players the chance to try out Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, Cyborg, Harley Quinn, and Green Arrow.

Related: F0xy Grampa and ForeverKing qualify for ELEAGUE's Injustice 2 Championship

Warner Bros. also confirmed that Atom will be the next DLC character to join the game's roster.

Atom is a fighter who can change his size at lightning speeds all while increasing his power. He gained these powers after a science experiment failed and exploded, giving him the power to shrink and grow at will. He is sure to be a nuisance to fighters with his teleporting abilities and smaller hitboxes on the competetive stage.

Injustice 2 originally released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 11.

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