The NetherRealm Studios developed fighting game, Injustice 2, arrived on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 platforms back in May this year. However, unlike the first game in the series, Injustice: Gods Among Us, from 2013, the sequel did not make its way to PC.
While the publisher, Warner Bros., has not made an official announcement, PC players may finally get to enjoy Injustice 2 on their platform. An Amazon France listing has gone up displaying a PC version of the game. Other than the listing being for Injustice 2's Deluxe Edition, it doesn't reveal any more information. Interestingly, European retailer Game Mania has also put up a page for the PC version, this time sporting box art and a 2017 launch date.
Currently, the developer is working on the game's second round of DLC characters, which were recently revealed to be Hellboy, Black Manta, and Mortal Kombat's Raiden. If a PC version does indeed materialize, there is a chance of some of these DLC fighters being bundled with the base game to 'make up' for the late launch as other games have done in the past.
Of course one must take these leaks with a grain of salt, as although it is a relatively common occurrence for retailers to leak upcoming games before official announcements, it is also possible that this might just be a mistake.
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