4 DC Characters That HAVE To Make Into ‘Injustice 2’

‘Injustice 2’ Has So Many Character Choices But Only So Much Roster Space

The hype became real when the first trailer for ‘Injustice 2‘ was released this week.

Our first glimpse at the game promises stunning visual effects and intriguing character designs. With the trailer also came confirmation for returning characters Superman, Batman, Aquaman, and The Flash as well as new characters like Supergirl, Atrocitus, and Grodd.

DC has a massively expansive universe with near endless choices. Also the previous game showed they can borrow characters from other franchises.

But which characters that missed the first round of fighting should make it the new ‘Injustice’ game? Below are my top 4 fighter choices!

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Honorable Mentions:
-Captain Cold
-Blue Beetle

4. Swamp Thing
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Swamp Thing has to be one of the most underrated characters in all of DC mythos. He’s a unique hero with some wild nature based powers. Seeing him in ‘Injustice 2‘ would be an amazing fan service and provide an interesting fighter.

3. Black Canary
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-The first ‘Injustice‘ game was stacked with awesome female fighters but sadly missing was Black Canary. Her skills in hand-to-hand combat is on-par with Batman and her sonic scream is similar to Sindel in ‘Mortal Kombat‘.

2. Reverse Flash
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-How did Eobard Thawne not make into the first game? The Flash’s main villain is such a key member of the Rogues gallery as well as being one of the best speedsters ever. The fights between FlashReverse Flash would be epic.

1. Darkseid
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-While he may be playable for mobile users of ‘Injustice‘, everyone should be able to play as the big bad Darkseid. With his brutal fighting style and Omega Beams, how awesome would it be to play as this overpowered monster!?

Do you agree with my list? Let me know in the comments below!

EJ Moreno
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