Now, QLOC are porting Injustice 2 to PC, bringing NetherRealm Studios' game to Steam and the Windows store later this year. The original Injustice game, Injustice: Gods Among Us, was mostly well-received on PC, although had some serious issues with performance on some people's PCs.
After going through a couple of new third-party teams in an effort to fix things, all support for the PC version was dropped. Warner Bros has not revealed the game's PC requirements yet.
I guess you could say this decision is a real ... act of wrongdoing. The DC Universe fighter will hit digital platforms Steam and Windows Store this spring, with an open beta slated for the former on October 25 in the U.S. (so expect it here either later this evening, or tomorrow).
We might get an idea of that tomorrow, on October 25, though.
So, if you've been waiting for an Injustice 2 PC version, you'll only have a little while longer to wait before NetherRealm Studios gives you what you want, allowing you to step into the boots of your favorite DC characters to kick some butt.
NetherRealm Studios is working with QLOC for this PC port. There's no mention of said DLC characters, so they'll likely be a premium add-on for the PC version as well. It also worked on DMC: Devil May Cry, Street Fighter IV, and Resident Evil 4 Ultimate HD Edition, so Injustice 2 is in seemingly good hands. We will just have to watch and see.