The NetherRealm combating video games have a little bit of an iffy historical past with PC, but when Injustice 2 is coming to PC, that’s an awesome probability to show that round.
Mortal Kombat 9 and Injustice: Gods Among Us each had bizarre little issues happening with their PC releases, and the Mortal Kombat Trilogy that’s nonetheless on the market on steam stunningly doesn’t run in any respect on Windows 10. The worst was Mortal Kombat 10’s PC port, which was an unmitigated catastrophe on launch. With damaged netcode, late updates and simply typically poor efficiency, folks on Steam had been livid. It was no Batman Arkham Knight PC debacle, however it was up there.
Eventually NRS fastened MK10’s PC issues, however it maybe wasn’t shocking that once they launched their subsequent recreation, Injustice 2, they selected to skip PC fully.
A brand new retail itemizing on Amazon France exhibits that Injustice 2 may not stay a console-only launch for lengthy. The itemizing that’s appeared for Injustice 2’s Deluxe Edition lists nothing else concerning the recreation with no trace at a launch date or something related, however it does clearly listing it as a Windows model of the beforehand PS4 and Xbox One solely fighter. European retailer Game Mania has additionally listed the sport for PC, full with field artwork.
NetherRealm has sometimes by no means made their very own PC ports however has as a substitute handed them off to different builders, so this is perhaps an opportunity for them to deal with a PC port themselves. The initially nightmarish port of Mortal Kombat 10 was dealt with by High Voltage, although Warner Bros. ultimately changed them with QLOC – that firm shipped the fastened model of that launch.
Injustice 2 has additionally seen a bunch of DLC together with Spawn, Red Hood, Starfire and Mortal Kombat friends Sub-Zero and Raiden. A late PC port may probably embrace these updates.
Injustice 2 launched again in May and impressed, racking up great review scores and incomes fairly a little bit of reward right here on VG247 in our Injustice 2 review, with Sherif saying its hefty launch bundle of content material needs to be the brand new customary for fighters – fairly totally different to the meagre launch providing of Street Fighter 5.