Injustice: Gods Among Us 2 Poster Leaks, Shows Batman vs. The Flash

An official announcement could come soon, apparently.

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The evidence for Injustice: Gods Among Us 2 continues to mount.

The latest example comes today by way of a poster featuring The Flash and Batman about to do battle. There is a tagline that says, "Every battle defines you."

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This poster apparently comes from GameStop. In a letter to store managers, which was shared with Polygon, it's explained that the poster will be a preorder bonus for Injustice 2. You can see the poster here at Polygon.

Earlier this month, unnamed sources said Injustice 2 was in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. According to the report, it will be announced soon and released in March 2017.

In possibly related news, NetherRealm boss Ed Boon has changed his Twitter avatar to "II," while his background image is of a drumroll. Boon has been known to tease game reveals before their formal announcement.

The first Injustice: Gods Among Us was released in April 2013, for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. An Ultimate Edition featuring improved visuals and all post-release downloadable content was later launched for PS4 and Xbox One.

Injustice takes place in an alternate universe where Joker unleashes a nuclear bomb on Metropolis and tricks Superman into killing Lois Lane and his son. In response, Superman establishes himself as High Councillor of a World Government and begins a dictatorship. Batman leads a group of rebel forces and the heroes and villains of the DC Universe are forced to take sides.

The video game spawned a successful, critically acclaimed comic book series, which is scheduled to end this year. An Injustice mobile game was also released for iOS and Android.

The last game NetherRealm released was Mortal Kombat X. As with Injustice, an updated version of this called Mortal Kombat XL was released for PS4 and PC.

Would you be interested in a new Injustice game? Let us know in the comments below.

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story stated that the Ultimate Edition also came to Xbox One. GameSpot regrets the error.

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