NetherRealm Studio's superhero fighter, Injustice 2 will be providing players with the opportunity to try out the game this weekend - for free. Interactive Entertainment has announced that an Injustice 2 free trial is headed to consoles (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One). Sadly, players on the recently-released PC version are left out here despite even having their own beta just before its launch in November. And when we say everything, we mean it, because not only you can play with the full roster of heroes and villains available in the main game, but you also will have at your disposal some of the characters from the DLC.
If you're yet to play one of the greatest fighting games of this year, now is your chance.
Injustice 2 offers the latest DC fighting game experience that expands on the previous title's larger-than-life showdowns. It'll also be on sale this weekend for $30 United States dollars, though it's unclear if that also includes any DLC or the Ultimate Edition, which comes with all of the DLC characters, whether they be present or upcoming. It will allow access to the Story Mode's free three chapters, multiplayer and online modes. The game will be discounted at some retailers if you want to buy it for Christmas.More news: Gujarat polls; Modi casts vote in Sabarmati
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