In a job posting on Facebook, Batman: Arkham Origins studio WB Games Montreal reveals that it is hiring a technical director to work on a DC Comics video game.
Telltale Games releases a trailer for the second episode of its second Batman series, giving fans a better look at Harley Quinn and another well-known enemy of the Dark Knight.
NetherRealm Studios publishes release notes for Injustice 2’s update 1.09, which fixes numerous issues, and prepares the fighting game for Raiden and Black Lightning.
Various retail listings suggest that the video game developer NetherRealm Studios’ DC Comics-inspired fighting game Injustice 2 is going to release for PC.
NetherRealm Studios releases a new trailer showing off gameplay abilities and super move for Black Manta, the first character coming to Injustice 2 from Fighter Pack 2.
NetherRealm Studios officially declares that it will reveal the contents of Fighter Pack 2 for its DC Comics-inspired brawler, Injustice 2, at gamescom 2017.
During a Watchtower livestream for NetherRealm Studio’s DC Comics-inspired fighting game, Injustice 2, developers reveal the official release date of Starfire.
Batman: The Enemy Within’s launch is just around the corner and the news that player choices will influence one character to become The Joker is enough to bring the hype.
Time Warner announces its earnings for the second quarter of its fiscal year, declaring Injustice 2 as ‘the highest-grossing console game in the second quarter of 2017.’
Creative director Ed Boon tweets out an image on his personal Twitter account that appears to be teasing the inclusion of Cyrax to the Injustice 2 roster.
NetherRealm debuts the latest Injustice 2 DLC character trailer during the DC All Access livestream at SDCC, revealing that Starfire is launching in August.
Leading into the San Diego Comic Convention Telltale Games is announcing Batman: The Evil Within, the second season of the Caped Crusader adventures,
NetherRealm Studios’ creative director Ed Boon teases the addition of Aquaman’s nemesis Black Manta as a forthcoming DLC character for the fighting game Injustice 2.
An incredibly well-made fan video imagines what Superman and Batman would look like as Pokemon trainers, including what their own unique Pokemon would be.
After weeks of teasing the addition Sub-Zero to Injustice 2, creative director Ed Boon confirms that that ice-loving Mortal Kombat mainstay will be coming in July.
Injustice 2 manages to land the number one spot on NPD’s top-selling games list for May, beating even Grand Theft Auto 5 and two Nintendo powerhouses.
NetherRealm Studios officially introduces Mortal Kombat mainstay Sub-Zero into the roster of Injustice 2 with a brand new trailer showcasing his icy skill set.