Now, it appears Netherrealm (or possibly publishers Warner Bros, after their Arkham Knight troubles) are simply giving up on trying to do a proper PC release. The best part is that fans will be able to play the game tomorrow, as the open beta opens on October 25.
Developer QLOC has been tasked with the Injustice 2 PC port, fresh off their work on the DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition re-release.
Injustice 2 is the direct sequel to Injustice: Gods Among Us, a fighting game that pitted the various heroes and villains of the DC Universe of comics against one another as Batman and the Justice League fought to stop a now-evil alternate Superman from taking over both his world and their own. The sequel was officially announced by Warner Bros. previous year. Well, it seems that a rumor about Injustice 2 heading to PC might be true and that the game will be available for said platform sometime this Fall.
After being left in the dark upon the game's initial launch, PC players are now getting their due. The team behind the popular fighting title has not yet released the technical requirements for the PC version. Last night, game director Ed Boon, shared on his official Twitter account [VIDEO]a hint of the possibility of the game coming to PC.
Meanwhile, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players are waiting for the announcement of the arrival of Hellboy [VIDEO]. Raiden's reveal trailer was a surprise when NetherRealm Studios announced that it will come with Black Lightning premiere skin. Earlier this month, Warner Bros.