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Injustice 2 Gameplay Reveal Coming Tomorrow

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NetherRealm’s Twitch channel has announced a gameplay reveal of Injustice 2, tomorrow at 5pm PST during the ESL’s Mortal Kombat finals.

Officially confirmed earlier this week after a slew of hints and leaks, the DC Comics superhero rumble will feature the usual improvements of a fighting sequel (new locations, characters, story, and more detailed environments) but also includes a brand new RPG-style Gear System.

Also noticed on NeoGAF, the Injustice T-Shirt that will be given away at the event seems to tease new additions to the roster including the much-hoped for Captain Cold’s gun.

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The full extent of the new roster is unlikely to be revealed at the event, but we can expect some explanation of the Gear System and how customising characters will change the gameplay.

Fans of the first game’s single player mode will be hoping for a tease as to what might happen next in the story of the Injustice universe, however there is no confirmation that story info will be included in the reveal, and NetherRealm has historically shown off their fighting mechanics first, with the story being revealed later.

Injustice II is due out on the PS4 and Xbox One in 2017.

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Draugen Console News Coming August, Developer Looking Into ‘Additional Platforms’

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Developers, Red Thread Games, reassures fans that Draugen is definitely coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later in 2019 while the company explores other platforms.

Psychological thriller Draugen released on GOG.com and Steam in May, 2019 with the promise of a console port arriving later in the year. The title is set in an eerily abandoned village in Norway and follows the story of Edward Harden in search for his missing sister, Betty, accompanied only by their ward.

So far, the game has received mostly positive reviews on Steam with many of the reviews commending the stunning scenery. One common complaint, however, is down to the relatively short length with an average playthrough taking roughly three hours to complete. How this short story will translate to console gamers remains to be seen with the company even looking at “additional platforms” as well.

To put it bluntly, a Switch port of the game does seem like a smart move, as the Switch has become home for many indie developers of late with the notion of a short yet stunning game a likely hit.

Last month, OnlySP reported on a sequel that may already be in the works.

Stay tuned for a console release date and other single-player gaming news by following OnlySP on FacebookTwitter, and YouTube. Also, be sure to join the discussion in the community Discord server.

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