Injustice 2, the DC Comics fighting game from Mortal Kombat creators Netherrealm, will release on PC next week on Tuesday November 14. This makes sense as it will tie in with both the new Hellboy DLC and the release of the Justice League movie on November 17.
We predicted that Injustice 2 on PC would launch next week and it seems we were correct. The game's Steam page has been updated to include the November 14 release date, although there is no mention of price as of yet. It does mention the Ultimate Edition version, containing all the DLC fighters and 3 Premiere Skins, although it does not make it clear if that is available separately or whether the PC version will only be the Ultimate Edition. We hope the latter, as PC gamers have been kept waiting since May.
The PC Beta is currently in progress until November 10, although we're not sure how many changes the developers can implement before the game goes live on Tuesday. The game ran quite choppily for us so we hope it improves. Unfortunately both the Beta and final Injustice 2 use Denuvo Anti-Tamper DRM, so hopefully that won't cause any problems.
Injustice 2 was released May 11 this year on Xbox One and PS4 and was the sequel to Injustice: Gods Among Us, the alternate-universe DC Comics beat-em-up from the makers of Mortal Kombat. The Hellboy DLC is big news as he's the first non-DC comic book hero to come to the game.
The Justice League movie is out November 17 and we've got our tickets already. Yes, we have. No, we will not say what we thought about Batman V Superman, shut up.