NetherRealm’s critically acclaimed fighting game is finally coming to PC on Steam and the Microsoft Store.
After a brief delay, the open beta for NetherRealm Studios’ Injustice 2 on PC has finally gone live on Steam. In addition, the PC version also has a release date of November 14th for Steam and the Microsoft Store. For those on console, this is the same day that Hellboy joins the roster.
You can check out the open beta here but keep in mind that there could be some issues. The main purpose of the beta is to check network code and infrastructure. As such, only 1v1 multiplayer will be available to choose from. The Injustice 2 PC port is being handled by QLOC who also brought God Eater, Mortal Kombat XL, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen and many more titles to PC.
Injustice 2 released in May 2017 for the Xbox One and PS4, garnering strong critical and commercial praise. It’s since had two Fighter Pack DLCs with additional characters with Hellboy out next week and Raiden due afterwards. Fighter Pack 3 is yet to be revealed but you can expect more information soon.