Injustice 2's fights improve on Gods Among Us in nearly every way, specifically addressing fan concerns about movement speed and giving you new ways to burn meter. Visually, the DC roll call shines even as they star in a flat and unnecessarily grim story. The unrivaled amount of single-player content to explore, especially the highlight Multiverse mode, and the height of Injustice 2's skill ceiling make it an easy environment in which to lose hours of your day without ever even challenging another human… or giant telekinetic gorilla, as it were.
A great port of a brilliant fighter with a staggering amount of content beyond multiplayer brawling.
NetherRealm's latest is content complete.
Injustice 2 isn't the most original fighting game on the block, but it might be the most balanced and thoroughly entertaining one - gear system notwithstanding.
Probably the best single-player experience ever in a fighting game, on top of being an extremely accessible and highly technical multiplayer brawler.
A deep game that hits hard in three key areas: fighting, story, and collecting
With Injustice 2, NetherRealm has outdone itself
NetherRealm sets a new bar for fighting games in 2017 with Injustice 2, despite over-complicating its most distinct feature.
The long list of options available in Injustice 2 means that players of all skill levels should be able to find something exciting to do.