Injustice 2‘s second pack of DLC fighters has been revealed, with only one character coming from the DC Comics universe. “Fighter Pack 2” will include Aquaman’s enemy Black Manta alongside Dark Horse Comics’ Hellboy and Mortal Kombat‘s Raiden. You can check

Starfire is now available within Injustice 2, but many gamers aren’t finding the character in their rosters. Here’s how to fix that. Those who’ve purchased the game’s Deluxe Edition or the “Fighter Pack 1” DLC now have access to Starfire. Strangely,

Special gold tinted Tournament Skins are now on sale inside Injustice 2, developer NetherRealm confirmed. The skins are designed for eSports tournament and community event play, so much so that proceeds from the skins’ sale will go to support such events.

A Bizarro Premium Skin looks set to be added to Injustice 2. The character, a clone of Superman gone wrong, was actually teased in the game’s recent Starfire showcase. Today, the game’s official Twitter account brought Bizarro front and centre in

Injustice 2′s mobile version is available on iOS and Android, offering DC fans the chance to take their favourite heroes and villains on the road. This guide will focus on all available characters, classes, rarity starting stats and opportunities to acquire

A new Injustice 2 video shows off upcoming DLC character Starfire in action. Starfire, otherwise known as Princess Koriand’r of the planet Tamaran, has been a staple on the Teen Titans roster for countless years. Best yet, Starfire kicks the snot out

A single Achievement or Trophy in Injustice 2 is proving nearly impossible for fans to earn. Called “Cat Fight” the earnable is relatively simple — as Catwoman, beat Cheetah with the final blow coming from Selina’s Cat Call move. In reality, the

Injustice 2 might be a great little fighter, but it’s not handling its DLC characters very well. If you’re having trouble playing as its newest character, Mortal Kombat‘s Sub Zero, we’ve a fix. Those who’ve purchased the game’s Deluxe Edition or the

Injustice 2‘s weighty July patch prepares the game for Mortal Kombat‘s Sub Zero and tweaks a bunch of fighters including newbie Red Hood. You can read the exhaustive list of tweaks below. General Gameplay Fixes General offline & online stability

The second fighter to join Injustice 2 will be Sub-Zero, added to the fray in July according to developer NetherRealm. NetherRealm’s Ed Boon made the confirmation over Twitter over the weekend. Winter is coming…..in July. pic.twitter.com/DEj3QwV3G0 — Ed Boon (@noobde) June 23,

Update: The game’s first DLC character, Red Hood, is now available. We’ve added his ending to this post (though keep in mind it’s not required for the Achievement/Trophy detailed below). Original story: Injustice 2 has a dedicated story mode, but that doesn’t

Red Hood is now available within Injustice 2, but many gamers aren’t finding the character in their rosters. Here’s how to fix that. Those who’ve purchased the game’s Deluxe Edition or the “Fighter Pack 1” DLC now have access to the

NetherRealm has today showcased Injustice 2 DLC fighter Sub-Zero in new gameplay footage. The Mortal Kombat character looks to fit in quite well within the DC Universe. He takes on Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman below: Sub-Zero is part of the “Fighters Pack 1”

Red Hood will come into Injustice 2 with guns blazing from next week, developer NetherRealm today confirmed. The hero, part of the game’s “Fighter Pack 1” DLC, will be playable from 13 June for those with the DLC or who’ve purchase Injustice 2‘s

An update to Injustice 2 has added a number of DLC characters — specifically, their silhouettes — to the game’s selection screen. Front and centre is Red Hood, the first DLC character that will be released. He’s part of the game’s “Fighter

The Wonder Woman feature film will be celebrated in Injustice 2 with special events and gear. From today, the Multiverse event “To End All Wars” will offer up Wonder Woman’s gear, straight from the new film. The event runs until 5 June. You can