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Injustice 2 Gives First Look at The Enchantress This Friday

Injustice 2 players are about to get a first look at The Enchantress, fresh off her villainous role in 2015's Suicide Squad.


The DLC train for Injustice 2 is rapidly reaching its final destination, but before that, it's time to unleash the second fighter in Fighter Pack #3. On Wednesday afternoon, NetherRealm revealed that it would soon offer a live demonstration of The Enchantress.

After doing... whatever this was supposed to be... in 2015's Suicide Squad, The Enchantress now has a chance to redeem herself as a top-level fighter in Injustice 2. NetherRealm will offer a first look at the playable Enchantress on a live Twitch stream set to kick off this Friday at 1PM PT. Also be on the lookout for maybe a new trailer and further information on when she'll be released to the masses.

For those unfamiliar with the character, DC's Enchantress is Dr. June Moone and is not to be confused with Marvel's Enchantress, who mainly vexes the Mighty Thor. DC's Enchantress is a powerful sorceress that possesses the body of Dr. Moone, having run afoul of Supergirl, the Suicide Squad, and the Justice League Dark in her quest for ultimate power. Think of her more as a badass magic user and less like... this:

Fighter Pack #3 is currently available now for $19.99, with individual characters available for $5.99. Or pick up all of the DLC characters as part of the Injustice 2 Ultimate Edition.

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