Injustice 2 Flies Onto PC with Steam Open Beta This Week

Injustice 2 is finally making its way to PC and Steam users won't have to wait long to see what it looks like.


While Injustice 2 continues to roll out its post-release DLC support, PC players have simply been waiting on any chance to get the game itself. Their wait is over, with publisher Warner Bros. announcing on Tuesday morning that Injustice 2 would be heading to PC.

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. The game is expected to feature everything the console versions do, including the new characters released via DLC.

Those looking for a chance to try out Injustice 2 on PC won't have to wait long. Steam users can jump into an open beta starting this Wednesday, October 25. No word on a full release date for Injustice 2, but look for the completed version to arrive before the end of the year.

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