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Here Come the Girls of Injustice 2

A glorious femme fatale lineup has been announced for Injustice 2.

In a new trailer, Injustice 2 has announced and shown off four of their femme fatale characters. The lineup includes Catwoman, Black Canary, Cheetah, and Poison Ivy. (Appropriately released on Valentine's Day to soothe fighter and DC lover hearts alike.)

Cheetah

Barbara Ann Minerva makes her debut in Injustice 2. With her razor sharp claws and fangs, it is suffice to say that Cheetah will deal specifically in close quarter combat as well as lunging capabilities as shown in the trailer. The question here is, will Wonder Woman go toe to toe with her feline frenemy?

Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy is another fresh character to come to Injustice 2. Equipped with her "natural" skills Poison Ivy is seen to be dealing damage using plants, much like Swamp thing, to a lesser and less physical degree. Ivy is as cunning and ruthless as they come when it comes to protecting nature, and is a force to reckoned with within this game.

Black Canary

The last installment of Injustice, saw Black Canary absent in the war between Batman and Superman, where the the Last Son of Krypton brutally murdered her beloved Green Arrow. Not letting Superman slip passed her again, Black Canary has joined forces with Batman to take on Superman and his regime and finish the fight once and for all.

Catwoman

Selina Kyle is making a recurring appearance in Injustice 2 to fight alongside Batman. Catwoman is agile, flexible, and quick to deal damage as she had done in Injustice. It is more than likely that she will be tweaked with some fresh moves, but overall the same cat-like gameplay will allow anyone to enjoy it.

Injustice 2 is announcing more and more characters each day with only a few spots left. Who are you hoping will make the cut?

Published Feb. 15th 2017

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