Injustice 2 Free Trial On PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Now Live

A limited-time free trial of Injustice 2 is now live on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. It offers the main roster of characters, all multiplayer modes, and the first three chapters of the single player story mode. All the progress you make during the event will carry over into the full game, if you buy it. The event will last until December 18th.

Injustice 2 Free Trial On PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Now Live
Injustice 2 Free Trial On PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Now Live

Injustice 2 is officially the best fighting game, at least, as far as The Game Awards go, beating out the likes of Tekken 7. If you’ve been observing the game from the sidelines, wondering if it’s worth getting, this weekend will be a decent chance to try it out. From December 14th to December 18th, you’ll be able to enjoy a free trial of the game. It will feature the main roster of fighters, and all multiplayer modes. Several of the DLC characters will be in the Multiverse. Last, but not least, you’ll be able to play the first three chapters of the Story Mode, if you prefer the single player experience.

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As is standard with free trials, all the progress you make during the event will carry over to the full game, if you decide to buy it. This includes story mode progression, the crates you get, and anything you might unlock. The only condition is that you buy the game on the same account that you used for the free trial. Those of you that already own the game, don’t worry, you’ll get a little something, too. Simply log into the game while the free trial lasts, and you’ll get 2000 source crystals. So, there you have it. If you’re a fan of fighting games, and/or DC heroes and villains, you might consider giving Injustice 2 a spin. If the critics are anything to go by, you won’t be disappointed.

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