While Injustice 2 players already had a heads up that Atom was on the way and had strong reason to believe Enchantress would join the game, the third character included in the reveal came as a major surprise.
This also the first time the turtles have appeared in a fighting game since Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters, an early 90s arcade game that was eventually ported to consoles and still enjoys a strong underground following to this day.
A trailer for Injustice 2 fighter Pack 23 has just been released and it reveals the final three DLC fighters. Luckily, one YouTuber added his own flair to the announcement by adding a metal version of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle theme on top of the impressive introduction. Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo and Donatello are all here. By the looks of it, the four will play as one character, and I'm guessing you'll be able to switch between each turtle mid-game.
Fans of NetherRealms' fighting game Injustice 2 are in for a treat with the Fighter Pack 3 DLC.
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This is despite the fact that the Nintendo Switch is a touchscreen device, and Hulu has used a touchscreen interface before. However, Nintendo made it clear that its intention with the Switch was to have games be at the forefront of the console.
Atom is set to launch this December 12, with the Enchantress set for release in January, and the Ninja crew in February.
The reveal trailer does not show any gameplay sample yet, so it is hard to say how the action is with having all four characters.
Injustice 2 is available now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and will launch for PC on November 14.
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