Injustice 2 has performed well enough on consoles to warrant a PC port it seems. The game's arrival on PC is heralded by an open beta test that is scheduled to start tomorrow on Steam.
Injustice 2 is all about providing some loosely canonical answers to a lot of what if questions. Want to see Batman mops the floor with Superman? Feel like setting up a fight between Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn? Can Atom shrink faster than The Flash can punch?
While fighting game aficionados may already be clawing their eyes out at this suggested interpretation of Injustice, a fair number of players may just be out for that sort of casual fun, and they will be able to do so on PC sometime before Winter is here.
Warner Bros. have announced that the PC open beta is starting on 25 October 2017 and will go through Steam. A corresponding Steam store page for the game has yet to materialise, but the game will also be available on the Windows Store once the beta is complete.
Injustice 2 released for consoles back in May of 2017, and is currently available for roughly £55, so expect something similar for PC. Because this is WB publishing the game, more expensive DLC heavy premium mega deluxe ultimate definitive absolute this is the one you want editions are also available, which means the full game costs considerably more. Oh, and yes - loot boxes, because WB