Damian Wayne will return to Robin’s mantle in Injustice 2 and you can see him moving


Damian Wayne will return to Robin’s mantle in Injustice 2 and you can see him moving

After the events that ended up costing the lives of Dick Grayson Robin -the originally in the first ‘Injustice’, the son of Bruce Wayne returns as the more sinister version of the Boy Wonder. In fact, this time it will not be an alternative version of ‘Nightwing’: Damian Wayne deploy its own combat style and includes a bloodthirsty sword.

The team Netherrealm has offered a new gameplay in reviewing the key moves that the new Robin offered in ‘Injustice 2’, making it clear that stay within the reach of his sword is a lethal mistake, but will not be the only resource this versatile character: explosive projectiles and all kinds of acrobatics will keep the enemy in position.


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Together with the first gameplay Robin, Ed Boon has spoken grill selectable ‘Injustice 2’ ahead that will offer the highest number of initial characters ever offered by the Netherrealm study, as well as the largest number of extra fighters facing post -launching.

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If we ignore these statements we can expect more than 25 heroes and villains of DC starting (‘Mortal Kombat 9′ featuring 25 characters’) and a minimum of 9 downloadable fighters, as are those offered bonus to purchase the edition Ultimate ‘Injustice 2’, raising the number of personalities from the DC comics universe -at least up to 35 selectable.

For now Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Harley Quinn, Aquaman and rooster growing personalities metahumanos again see the faces next May 19 on Xbox One and PS4, but those who sign up for the announced closed beta can test the new features in this sequel before the date on which the Man of Steel and the Caped Crusader collide once again.

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