Over the weekend Geoff Keighley entered the DC FanDome to host a virtual panel revisiting the world of Injustice. The all-star creator lineup included NetherRealm Studios' Ed Boon & Dominic Cianciolo, and DC Publisher Jim Lee, to look back on the genesis of the fighting franchise and its ever expanding legacy. Catch up on the archived stream right here:
Word on the street is that they're some of the worst heroes around, and they're coming to Injustice: Gods Among Us Mobile! The stars of Warner Brothers' latest cinematic installment Suicide Squad will be yours to unlock as new character skins in the free-to-play mobile app! Watch the trailer below:
With the release of Injustice Mobile 2.0, new features have introduced new consequences for players. The arrival of multi-player has resulted in a ban crackdown on WBID sharing and other methods deemed unsporting.
An official statement about the bans was released via the Injustice Website. Something for players to consider, not just now, but for any potential future releases.
Since the launch of the Injustice: Gods Among Us mobile game multiplayer update, it has come to our attention some players are being banned from playing the game.
We believe for the majority of cases, this is happening due to our implementation of catches in the game that stop hackers/cheaters from playing the online battle mode. Those catches have resulted in banning of players who were not necessarily trying to cheat the system for a variety of reasons and we’re trying to resolve these issues.
One of the causes of this issue is the sharing of WBID credentials, something that players have been doing in order to unlock console content without having to play through the console game. Using a WBID profile in this way is actually hacking and the game will recognize that WBID account as such, and anyone using that WBID will be banned.
If any individual has hacked a particular WBID, all players sharing those WBID credentials could be banned. It is recommended that everyone signs up for a unique WBID.
If you are being banned for another reason, please go here to report the issue:
The release of Ultimate Edition last November may have signalled an apparent end to new content -- but Injustice: Gods Among Us is still finding fresh life on mobile platforms!
As reported by WasdUK; the Injustice App has added Darkseid to the playable roster in a new update! The villainous New God previously appeared in Injustice arena attacks, and as the boss of the 2008 NetherRealm made crossover: Mortal Kombat versus DC Universe [read more].