Get an Injustice 2 beta code right now! The first wave of codes are already being sent out and if you’re of the mind to play-test some of the characters, be sure to head on over to the official Injustice 2 beta site to register so you can be eligible to receive your beta code.
While trolls and trigger-happy spammers may have been filling up the social media waves with fake codes and attempts to create massive amounts of salt from over-eager fanboys, creative director Ed Boon finally came in to calm things down by announcing that the first wave of beta codes for Injustice 2 are being sent out right now.
First wave of Injustice 2 Online Beta codes comes out TODAY !!
— Ed Boon (@noobde) January 24, 2017
If you were one of the lucky ones to get in as part of the first wave, you can begin download the beta to your Xbox One or PS4 hard drive right now.
Thousands of people have been clamoring for the beta and a chance to play the game for themselves, so we’ll likely see tons of YouTube footage popping up throughout the remainder of the week as more codes continue to be sent out.
Speaking of YouTube, NetherRealm Studios released a new trailer featuring Robin in action, doing what he does best. You can check out the trailer below.
The fight features Damian Wayne as Robin, Batman’s son from when he was date raped by Talia. Damian faces off against his father and a few other characters.
Damian’s moves look tight. He uses the sword similar to a bo, with a lot of circular rotational strikes, giving him a good, even, fluid flow to his movements and combos.
He relies on a few teleporting moves, some light projectiles and some moderate air juggles.
To no one’s surprise, the comment section is still head over heels for the Red Hood.
I can’t really blame them, especially after his showing in Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Knight. Who wouldn’t want to play as him?
Anyway, if you’ve registered for the beta, keep a close eye on your e-mail for a PS4 or Xbox One code.
You can look for Injustice 2 to launch on the Xbox One and PS4 starting May 16th, 2017.
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