DC has revealed plans for an animated film based on the Games of Injustice, hiding it from the additional features of the animated film Batman: The Long Halloween Part 2. .
Journalists received a press release about the Blu-ray release of the Batman movie, only to see a blatant mention of "a look at the upcoming animated film DC: An Advanced Look at Injustice "among the listed functions. There has been no official announcement yet and Ed Boon, co-creator of Injustice and creative director of its developer NetherRealm Studios, has also kept his lips shut since the news broke.
Injustice sounds like great material for an animated film: he finds himself in an alternate universe where Superman becomes a villain after mistakenly killing his wife Lois. In both games of Injustice, the Justice League tries to overthrow Superman's regime, but like his own group, Superman has many superpower allies that must be defeated. It's a great story for a fighting game, a genre that can often be done with better storytelling (NetherRealm & # 39; s Mortal Kombat 11 it’s also pretty cool in that regard.)
It remains to be seen whether the animated film will adapt the main plot of Injustice or act as a prequel, sequel or adaptation of the comics that explained the time between the two games. While the future looks bright for DC animation fans, this news comes just after the announcement that Warner Bros. Interactive, publisher of DC video games like Injustice and Batman: Arkham, will merge part of the company with Discovery, leaving open which of his studios will be transferred to a new owner.