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- With every match you'll earn gear to equip, customize and evolve your favorite DC Super Hero or Super-Villain, meaningfully impacting how your character both looks and fights.
- Continue the epic cinematic story set in motion in INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US as Batman and his allies work towards putting the pieces of society back together.
- The ULTIMATE EDITION comes in a steel book case.
- The ULTIMATE EDITION includes 9 additional DLC characters and 3 additional skins for Flash, Green Lantern, and Supergirl which allows players to transform select fighters into alternate characters.
- The ULTIMATE EDITION also includes two exclusive gear shaders which enables players to customize the look of their roster with alternate color themes.
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Power up and build the ultimate version of your favorite DC legends in INJUSTICE 2. With a massive selection of DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains, INJUSTICE 2 allows you to equip every iconic character with unique and powerful gear earned throughout the game. Experience an unprecedented level of control over how your favorite characters look, how they fight, and how they develop across a huge variety of game modes. This is your super Hero. Your Journey. Your Injustice. The ULTIMATE EDITION includes 9 DLC characters. Transform Flash, Green Lantern, and Supergirl into alternative characters with new looks, voices and dialogue.
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ULTIMATE EDITION (what I bought): Retails at $40 more on Day One than Standard Edition. No problem redeeming the code inside for the season pass or the pre-order bonus code emailed by Amazon for unlocking Darkseid character. Season pass (included) will give you access to 9 more characters with new moves in the future. Three of the nine have been pre-announced: Starfire, Red Hood, and Sub-Zero (not thrilled with a Mortal Kombat character; would have preferred another DC character). The Ultimate Edition also gives you instant access to 3 "premiere skins" which recycle the moves of one character, but with a different look. These are Power Girl (same moves as Supergirl), Reverse Flash (same moves as The Flash), and a different Green Lantern Corp skin... these can all be unlocked in game if you have the normal version, but it will take you a long time... or else you'll have to spend more real world money to get the in-game currency needed. However, the Ultimate Edition DOES NOT grant instant access to the premiere skins for Mr Freeze (same moves as Captain Cold), Vixen (same moves as Cheetah), or "golden age" Flash... this is a miss, and for $40 more should have been included. My only other complaint is why did so many characters from the first Injustice game disappear? Missing from Injustice 2 are: Ares, Batgirl, Deathstroke, Doomsday, Hawkgirl, Killer Frost, Lex Luthor, Lobo, Martian Manhunter, Nightwing, Raven, Scorpion (from Mortal Kombat), Shazam, Sinestro, Solomon Grundy, Zatanna, and Zod. It seems like these all could have been easily included. Seriously, don't game developers have "copy and paste" available? LOL! I will be very annoyed if they make their way back as the 6 remaining DLC characters. If I'm paying more, then those yet unannounced characters better be new and unique ones that I haven't played before!
I can say witour a doubt that Netherealm Studios has given us one of, if not the best fighting game in years.
There is a plethora of things to do. Likely you will not be bored for a long time. There's the story mode campaign which features an immersive story that lasts probably about six hours(if you watch the curscenes, without them it's probably closer to 3). Then there's the Multiverse, which offers a single player experience in which you play against AI controlled opponents to win rare or even epic pieces of gear in "events" that appear for a limited time. Epic gear however does not come very often you will have to play or wait until a Multiverse event comes up for a certain character to receive epic gear for. However this is not the be-all end-all for the characters gear, which brings me to the gear system. NRS did a great job giving each characters gear a unique feel while keeping it to character and even paying a few appreciated homages to comic book movies and shows.
Because there are several pieces of epic, rare and common gor each character, each with unique and interesting designs, finding that certain look for any given character is an ongoing process but believe me the end result is worth it. Each character can be leveled up to 20, with each level unlocking stronger gear to help you in player matches or Multiverse events.
The characters are all well refined and very balanced for a fighting game at launch. With enough practice and experience you can really do work with any character. There are various styles of play to fit any player, and finding that one and getting better with him is very rewarding.
Then there's the online modes. Like any fighting game you will have occasional lag spikes or disconnects but for the most part it's a very smooth and fun section of the game. There's a few different modes online, with player matches for the more casual player and ranked matches for people trying to hone their skills against other players, with wins and losses globally ranked. There's also king of the hill in which several players can challenge the "king" to matches in turns, taking his spot shiukd they defeat him and remaining there until he his defeated. All of these offer a great opportunity to test your skills and get better at the gane, and just have some fun.
The loot system is very similar to other games, with players receiving "mother boxes" of varying tier levels for accomplishing various tasks. These can be stingy at times but it's not nearly as similar systems I've played. Completing tough tasks to get better boxes can lead to a bigger chances of getting high end gear.
Yes, there are microtransactions but it's only if you want to instantly level any given character to level 20 or buy some cosmetic items (shaders only, no gear) with in game currency.
Finally, there's guilds, which are groups in which you can join ithe players and receive free boxes when the guild collectively completes challenges. It's a neat system that only increases the interactive nature of the game.
Overall, it's an amazing fighting game, good for casuals and more hardcore players and with fantastic graphics and smooth running online features. If you're a superhero fan it's great, if your into fighters it's also geeat, but if you are both this is a must have.