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Injustice 2 PC Beta Starts Today, and Is Open to Everyone

07 November 2017

The PC version is scheduled to arrive next week, with a November 14 release date for both PC and Windows 10.

The game's highly acclaimed story mode is missing in this open beta, with players being restricted to its 1v1 multiplayer mode for testing network code and infrastructure. Injustice 2 introduced a more complex and nuanced gear system on its debut, allowing players to customize their favorite combatants even further than before.

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In addition to the open beta announcement, Warner also revealed the game's PC requirements.

Early Steam user reviews indicate that the PC version of the game is able to maintain smooth and steady frame rates and that users have experienced very few bugs and crashes since its release last night.

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The publisher confirmed today that the game's open beta has officially begun starting today, and you can download it from Steam here. "All stages and DLC characters up to Raiden are available to play".

This welcome news for Injustice 2 PC fans comes just after the false, unofficial leak of the game coming to PC a couple of weeks ago.

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The PC port is being developed by QLOC, which has a history of porting fighting titles to PC, including Mortal Kombat X and Street Fighter 4. Moreover, it looks like Injustice 2 will be protected by Denuvo, which is not at all surprising. However, there are some things that you need to know about this open beta.

Injustice 2 PC Beta Starts Today, and Is Open to Everyone