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Injustice 2 – Shattered Alliances Part 5 Unveils Brainiac

As the release date for Injustice 2 draws nearer, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have offered up a new entry in the Shattered Alliances trailer series. This latest video, the fifth so far, reveals Braniac as the foundation of the conflict taking part in this highly anticipated sequel.

The trailer below highlights the threat that Brainiac will bring to the DC Universe when Injustice 2 hits the shelves next month.

Injustice 2 is currently in development by NetherRealm Studios, the same team that brought us the epic Mortal Kombat X. Boasting a massive roster of both Super Heroes and Super-Villains, the game offers players the opportunity to choose their favorite DC characters and build them up according to become the strongest versions of themselves.

More than just your average beat-em-up, Injustice 2 also brings a cinematic storyline that continues on from the events in Injustice: Gods Among Us. This new entry sees Batman and his allies attempting to pick up the pieces of a society pulled apart by Superman, whilst attempting to resist those who would see The Man of Steel’s power restored. To top that, as seen in the trailer above, Brainiac has joined the fray to add fuel to an already heavily spreading fire.

Whatever the outcome, fans won’t have long to wait to learn the fate of Batman and the rest of the roster, as Injustice 2 heads to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 19th, 2017. Are you looking forward to Injustice 2? Let us know in the comments section below.

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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