Injustice 2 Where to Find Arcade Ladder Mode

NetherRealm’s new fighting game, Injustice 2, is finally here. Players have already started poking around and figuring the game out. However, there have been some hangups with the Arcade Ladder Mode. Specifically, where to find it. As it turns out, it’s hidden away in another menu, and that’s why players have been having trouble locating it.

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Injustice 2 Where to Find Arcade Ladder Mode
Injustice 2 Where to Find Arcade Ladder Mode

So, you’ve settled down with your console and you’re ready to play Injustice 2. For the sake of argument, let’s say you want to play Arcade Ladder and get the feel of the game. You boot up the game, scroll through the menu, and find no sign of Arcade Ladder mode anywhere. Several players have already reported the same issue. Fortunately, your game isn’t broken, so don’t worry and yes, the mode is in the game.

For some reason, the developers didn’t feel like Arcade Ladder should be in the main menu, or even be called that. This is what’s been causing the commotion. Instead, you have to head over to the Multiverse option. Select it and look through the list of options, and you’ll find the Battle Simulator option in there. That’s actually Arcade Ladder. Playing this mode will reveal the stories of the many characters in the game, and unlock their endings.

It’s anybody’s guess why NetherRealm thought this would be a good idea. Perhaps they want to shift the focus even more on competitive play. Whatever the reason, the resulting design choice is pretty confusing. Fortunately, all it does is add an extra step or two.

Injustice 2 is a fighting game set in the DC universe. It’s a direct sequel to Injustice: Gods Among Us. The game is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. There’s also Injustice 2 Mobile on Android and iOS. if you’re having trouble finding your Ultimate Edition DLC, check out our article on Injustice 2 Ultimate Edition DLC.

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  1. T

    Oh that’s what that is! I thought it was a tutorial.
    thanks, gonna do that now.

  2. A

    The arcade ladder mode now doesn’t have the previously standard character endings – you’ll find these instead folded into the flow of the main story mode instead. The arcade mode is there, however, allowing you to fight a series of increasingly strong AI opponents. There’s nothing like Tekken Ball or Tekken Bowl or what have you. There is one significant original mode – Tekken 7’s VR offering. There’s honestly not much to say about this – it’s significant because it’s different, but really it’s a bust and adds nothing to the game. You’ll play it once and then forget it.

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