Following yesterday’s tease for Injustice 2‘s Wonder Woman event to promote the forthcoming movie of the same name starring Gal Gadot, NetherRealm Studios has now released an official full-fledged trailer to detail the celebration of the DC Comics heroine. Starting today, through June 5, 2017, fans of the sequel can earn Princess Diana of Themyscira’s gear and loot from the feature film in the developer’s Mutiverse event known as “To End All Wars.”

As seen below in the trailer for the fighting game’s Wonder Woman event, not only will the console versions of the title be privy to items related to Amazon champion, but also beginning on May 30, 2017, the release’s mobile version for iOS and Android devices will allow fans to earn two brand new character cards based on the movie and earn the full gear set by earning characters. As of now, though, it remains to be seen if the new Injustice 2 gear for Wonder Woman will simply be cosmetic, or if it will have stat boosts as well.

Since Wonder Woman is receiving her own event in Injustice 2 in order to promote the heroine’s forthcoming movie, it stands to reason that the fighting game will also host another event later this fall prior to Justice League hitting theaters. Should that be the case, then the likes of Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg will all likely receive special gear sets to be unlocked in the title.

Just recently, it was revealed that Injustice 2 managed to maintain its status as the top-selling game in the UK for its second week of availability, which is no doubt thanks in part to the title’s stellar story and the already deep levels of customization provided through the gear and loot system. Taking this into consideration, should NetherRealm Studios continue to support the fighting game through more functions similar to the Wonder Woman event, it’s highly likely that player engagement will remain solid for the foreseeable future.

Injustice 2 is available now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Source: Injustice – YouTube

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