A brilliant user on the Facebook group Injustice iOS: Alliance Credits Hub named Matthew John COmaha has posted new screen shots of the latest characters to arise on the iOS version of Injustice: Gods Among Us. The screen shots below reveal massively improved passive skills for 600 Wonder Woman, Darkseid, Containment Doomsday, and Boss Solomon Grundy. Recently, fans had been littering blogs and group pages with complaints about the last two Challenge Stage characters. Scorpion had terribly low stats, which negated his ability to make opponents bleed and burn. Similarly, the John Stewart Green Lantern card simply got a shield for a few seconds as a reward for getting his a$$ kicked. Now, feast on the passive abilities of our new gods:
Players are now foaming at the mouth since the news about the above characters broke. A word of advice, especially to non-hackers, is to simply be patient as the characters are currently not available. However, DC/NetherRealms has taken great care to address the fan’s needs and wants. Also, the inclusion of Darkseid finally signals that the massive support mobile players have garnered is being rewarded. Darkseid is not available to console players, so the possibility of support cards that are not usable as fighters, such as Swamp Thing, Spectre, the Riddler, and Tim Drake as Robin, may become future Challenge Stage Characters.
Users and WASDuk cohorts, like Gemini Jasperjarrrod, Juan Robles, and Nicholas Yong on the Injustice iOS: Alliance Credits Hub, then posted the following screen shots. While the above passives offer mind-blowing team possibilities (articles will be up shortly about that!), check out the screen shots that show off both battle scenes as well as further information on statistics and skills.
This latest curve ball in DC/NetherRealm’s game developments is amazing overall! As the updates become available to everyone, WASDuk will keep you posted on all of the latest information, so that you can assemble and craft the greatest team of gods possible.
“Holy F$%k! DID DARKSEID JUST MAKE BRONZE CATWOMAN SLIGHTLY USEFUL?! YEP!”
Finally, if you are not already drooling or plotting, here are additional screens from Matthew John COmaha, which show off unblockable moves and further in-game battle scenes.
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