Hardcore fans of fighting games love playing it against someone else, either locally or online. But there are gamers out there that would love to play the game at their own pace alone.
been loving it. Japanese devs...learn from masters
I wish ARMS had something like this. Would make the full price tag feel justified.
Agree completely. Liking it much better than S.T.A.R. Labs from the first game.
Same here I never got on with Star labs in injustice 1 but I'm seriously addicted to the multiverse in 2. I think the loot drops help which I'm in love with. It's really impressive how much those loot drops can change your appearance to where it's like there's tons of alternate skins for the fighters that would normally cost money or something stupid and some of them are seriously badass looking. I've always been an average fighting game player so I would never buy one at launch or even down the road but the amount of single player content netherrealm provides especially with their best in class story modes make their fighting games easy day one purchases ever since mortal kombat 9 and I thank them for that. I do wish though that they could have added something like the crypt from mortal kombat x but instead of wandering a graveyard you could have wandered the jla watchtower,star labs or something else D.C.
I've only seen a lot of praise for Injustice 2. Was never in my radar but I think I'll pick a copy up at the stores tomorrow !
I highly recommend you do it's a fantastic game
Dude, do you know if Multiverse Mode requires PS Plus?
@logicwins you're in luck it doesn't
Just picked it up at the store. Excited to play as Harley whoop whoop!
Multiverse complements the gear system and the gear system complements multiverse mode. It's almost perfect. I just hate how rare source crystals are...they really made it so it's almost necessary to buy source crystals with real money if you want to customize all the characters. It's kinda of scummy to see them adopt mobile game business strategies with in-game purchases.
I have to say, games that have this type of loot box system have a Vegas like addicting quality to it. It's the only mode I have touched so far in Injustice 2.
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