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Injustice Sequel Reportedly In Development

Posted on Tuesday, April 29 @ 06:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Mortal Kombat
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According to Furious Fanboys, reports surfaced during WonderCon that a follow-up to the Warner Bros. published DC Comics fighter is in the works. Sadly, there's no word on whether or not NetherRealm Studios is actually at the helm.

Would you like to see another NetherRealm-developed entry in the Injustice franchise or would you rather the studio return to Mortal Kombat? Perhaps the team would be better off creating something new entirely?
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