Injustice: Gods Among Us Hits PS Vita November 12th

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Injustice: Gods Among Us Hits PS Vita November 12th

Armature Studio is proud to announce our next game for PS Vita, Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition, is hitting stores on November 12th.

Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition for PS Vita

When developing Injustice on Vita, our primary goal was to make sure it could hold its own next to its console counterpart.

The PS3 version has beautiful lighting, destructible environments, and — most importantly — 60 FPS fighting. We worked tirelessly to bring this experience to the handheld, and pulled out all the stops to push the PS Vita as hard as we could to make all of the above happen.

In addition to all of this, we’ve included ad-hoc multiplayer, traditional multiplayer over wifi, and touch controls to Story Mode and various S.T.A.R. Labs Missions.

Also, since this is the Ultimate Edition, the game will include all downloadable content that was released for the console edition.

Our friends at NetherRealm Studios made such a wonderful game in Injustice: Gods Among Us. We’re just happy to be able to use our experience on prior PS Vita projects to take what they did and spare no expense in creating a version of the game that allows people to play it on the go.

We hope you enjoy the game when it launches next month!

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  • great news i will buy for sure on ps vita

  • Will it have cross play with the PS3 and PS4 versions?

  • bought mk on vita and ps3..missed injustice on the ps3.but vita u say….. :)

  • I buy it for PS4 on disk:) I’m never buying a Vita so sorry I don’t like downloading everything memory cards are still to high. with very little space.

  • Great news! Armature is an awesome studio so I trust they’ll handle the graphical fidelity well :)

    But does that mean there’s no more DLC characters? :O … I was kinda expecting Power Girl :/

  • zombie9 … you do know Vita also has physical versions of games, right?

  • I took a look at the Injustice Facebook page about the Ultimate Edition and I can’t believe they were a bunch of whiny babies there. I bought the standard version from a Gamestop deal and you don’t see me complaining. Even if I spend money on the DLC (Which I did), I’m still spending less than the Ultimate Edition. They should have known there would be another edition with all the DLC released later on just like Mortal Kombat. Don’t know why people are this stupid.

    If there is no more DLC after this, this probably explains why Ed Boon said there won’t be a 2nd season pass.

  • Well, now I can go ahead and buy the last 2 DLC characters. Good to know it’s confirmed I was smart to wait it out. Now I can just enjoy my original release Collector’s Edition ’till the next NRS project!

  • Bought it at launch. Bought all the DLC.

    And I’m okay with that. I’ve had a lot of fun with it, and am continuing to have a lot of fun with it.

    Might pick it up for Vita down the line.

  • Nice announcement. I skipped the PS3 version simple because of my sheer amount of backlog games and almost no time to sit down and play at home because of work and school. Now I can take it on the go with me and I won’t mind that it is coming to the PS4 as well since I wanted it on the PSVita all along!

  • Awesome news to hear from NetherRealm, ever loyal to our handheld. Glad to know that the Vita still gets support, definitely picking this one!

  • I’ll definitely be heading up to GameStop to reserve this on PS Vita.

  • This is really cool. I played the story mode on the PS3, and I really liked it. But once I’m done with a game’s story mode, I tend not to play the other stuff, be it the multiplayer, or say in the Arkham games, the challenge maps. Once a game’s story mode is over, that’s usually it for me, aside from checking other aspects out, in this case, a few of the Star Lab missions or going through the fight mode as Superman to the end, but that’s it. However, on the Vita, that completely changes how I would play this. What I love about games getting ported to the Vita is that there are certain games (like Borderlands 2) or aspects of games (Injustice’s Star Labs stuff or fight modes) that I am not as interested in on the console, but on the handheld, it’s perfect to play in bite sizes, especially with the ability to put it in standby.

    TL;DR This is a perfect game for the Vita for me, and despite having traded in the PS3 version, I will still definitely be buying this again, but this time, to keep (preferably digitally).

  • Gamerzlimited wrote:
    “I took a look at the Injustice Facebook page about the Ultimate Edition and I can’t believe they were a bunch of whiny babies there. I bought the standard version from a Gamestop deal and you don’t see me complaining. Even if I spend money on the DLC (Which I did), I’m still spending less than the Ultimate Edition. They should have known there would be another edition with all the DLC released later on just like Mortal Kombat. Don’t know why people are this stupid.”

    Yeah, by now, people should expect this. I mean, as time goes on, you know that if the game was popular enough, that they will put out an ultimate or GOTY edition. By paying for the DLC, you are getting the chance to not have to wait for that edition. It’s really no different than buying a game at full price as opposed to a cheaper price as time moves on, or getting a pre-owned copy.

    OTOH, I can kind of see the gripe here since Injustice hasn’t been out THAT long, and IIRC, some of the DLC haven’t come out that long ago. Then again, this is for the Vita (not sure if they are also doing one for the PS3/PS4).

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