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Is This The Hardest Achievement to Obtain in Injustice 2?

There’s an achievement/trophy in Injustice 2 that is eluding many a player, and proving to be increasingly less possible going forward to earn.

The “Cat Fight” achievement looks to be a simple one on the surface. All you have to do is beat Cheetah as Catwoman, with the final hit coming from Catwoman’s Cat Call move. Sounds easy enough, right?

Sadly for those chasing this particular achievement, the system in place in Injustice 2 is making it one hell of a nightmare to obtain. This is down to character customization playing such a key role in the game, meaning that this move has to be unlocked based on a random number generation system with Mother boxes, obtained by participating in Multiverse events among other ways.

The reason that its become even more difficult than before is down to the prices of Mother boxes. At launch, Bronze boxes cost just 1,000 coins to purchase, which sometimes featured special moves. This was not only nerfed and increased to 5,000 coins, but special moves were made to be a rare item by a recent update. This means that they are more likely to appear in Gold Mother boxes, which cost a eye-watering 25,000 coins.

The random generation method of doing things such as this isn’t exactly a new way of dishing out loot, but it can certainly prove to be a frustrating one for many. In this particular case, NetherRealm Studios has made a difficult achievement near impossible.

Question is whether or not you’re willing to put in the time and effort to be one of the elite few who manage to get their hands on it?

Written by Ham

Ham is a video games journalist, musician and a rookie Twitch streamer. Playing everything from 2D platformers to MMORPGs, Ham enjoys bringing news from all forms of games to the masses. Favourite game series’ include Dark Souls, Diablo, Grand Theft Auto and Borderlands.

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