• NetherRealm Studios confirmed the development of "Injustice 2" for the PS4, Xbox One and possibly for the PC.

NetherRealm Studios confirmed the development of "Injustice 2" for the PS4, Xbox One and possibly for the PC. (Photo : Facebook/Injustice)

"Injustice 2" is looking to eclipse or go beyond the success of its predecessor "Injustice: Gods Among Us," as it is scheduled for release next year. By introducing numerous DLC fighters including characters from Mortal Kombat X and the speculated significant changes in game features, game developer NetherRealm expects that the game will likewise be a massive success.

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According to reports, the game developer will be "more aggressive" on their ways of dealing with the downloadable content of the game. Ed Boon, creative director of NetherRealms, confirmed that numerous characters will be added to the game as they have previously done with "Gods Among Us."

"One of the things we've been doing, trying to do more and more with every game... is to support it for a longer period of time," Boon told IGN in an exclusive interview. "With DLC characters, we've had four with Mortal Kombat, six with Injustice, eight with Mortal Kombat X, and with Injustice 2 we plan on continuing that pattern, it will certainly be more aggressive than we've been in the past."

Aside from the line of characters to be included, one of the speculated changes cited in the upcoming sequel is the ability of the users to personalize their character with powerful gears. However, these unique add-ons are not given easily, for one should strive to win matches and earn points to acquire possible gears, according to PlayStation Lifestyle.

 With such tremendous required effort and time, developers are thinking of putting a payment system to unlock gears so that players who are unsuccessful and lacking of time would still enjoy the use of gears. Though there is still no confirmation about the adding of a paid unlock system, Boon and the rest the NetherRealm team are contemplating of its potential use and benefits.

 The idea of a payment system as means of shortcut in the game is interesting and would ultimately open great marketing opportunities for its developer and publisher. However, it may also serve as potential downfall, considering that it would decrease the game challenges and authentic gaming experience. Guess we would just have to wait for the release of "Injustice 2" in 2017 to see how things will turn out.

Watch here below revealed game trailer: