Jun 30, 2016 07:52 PM EDT

Official 'Injustice 2' Trailer Released; Game Coming To Nintendo NX?

The official "Injustice 2" trailer has been released. The game is expected to be published next year.

Geeky Gadgets reported that the official "Injustice 2" trailer has been released. The video gave fans a glimpse into what they can expect for the 2017 game's storyline and characters.

The "Injustice 2" trailer opened with Supergirl beats Atrocitus to a pulp with a series of punches. In the next scene, The Flash's main enemy Gorilla Grodd and Aquaman can be seen facing off.

Another scene in the clip showed Superman and Atrocitus. Batman also made his appearance in the official "Injustice 2" trailer.

"Every victory," the video stated," every defeat, every battle defines you."

Recently, an hour-long "Injustice 2" trailer featured Supergirl's battle with Batman. It was also revealed that Wonder Woman will also be in the highly-anticipated sequel to celebrate her 75th anniversary as a DC character.

NetherRealm Studios is said to be already planning 10 DLC characters for the "Injustice 2" game. The developers will also continue the DLC character tradition of "Mortal Kombat X."

Players can also customize their characters in the "Injustice 2" game with the Gear Unlocking system. This will provide longevity as well as an ongoing progression for characters.

It has been noted that the highly-anticipated sequel will feature the "biggest DC roster." The roster will feature returning and new characters as well as villains.

According to The Bitbag, the "Injustice 2" game could be published for the upcoming Nintendo NX. It is highly likely that the DC fighting game may be a title for the console.

"Injustice: Ultimate Edition" was released on the Wii U. This led to speculations that the "Injustice 2" game could be released for the Nintendo NX as well. "Mortal Kombat X" could also come to the console.

The "Injustice 2" game will continue with the events from "Injustice: Gods Among Us." The highly-anticipated sequel is slated for release next year for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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