Injustice 2 Characters Guide Cheat Sheets - All Characters Detailed, Special Moves, Character Powers

Injustice 2 Characters Guide Cheat Sheets - All Characters Detailed, Special Moves, Character Powers

All the move lists for every character in Injustice 2, along with tips on how to get the most out of them. A complete guide to the characters in Injustice 2.

Injustice 2 has a very large character roster. With all planned DLC and bonus characters taken into account, there will be over 30 fighters to choose from. That’s an awful lot to learn (or even remember the names of if you’re not a DC expert), so we’ve put together a handy set of cheat sheets for Batman, Joker, Wonder Woman, Bane and the rest in this Injustice 2 Characters Guide.

If you’re looking for more info about game mechanics and unlockable items, head on over to our Injustice 2 Guide hub. From there you’ll find a range of super useful Injustice 2 content you can read at your leisure.

Find the character you’re interested in from the list below, click the link and you’ll be taken to page giving you the essential info: Special Moves, Character Powers, Combo Attacks, Basic Attacks, and Strategies. We’ll even throw in a bit of character background info you can impress your friends with. Like, what the hell is Gorilla Grodd!

How to Use Special Moves, Combo Attacks, Character Powers in Injustice 2

Injustice 2 characters have a variety of moves they can perform, providing you know which buttons to press and in what order. The moves fall into four categories: Basic Attacks, Special Moves, Character Powers, and Combo Attacks.

Special Moves are unique to each character, and are based around the powers of said character. For example, one of Batman’s Special Moves is to to attach an enemy to the Batwing, and shoot them repeatedly with the gatling guns attached to the flying vehicle.

Combo Attacks are unique to each character, and revolve around equipment or abilities, as is the case with Special Moves. A certain button combination must be used in order to execute a Combo Attack, and each of these is different from character to character. Character Powers are also used in the same way, with each one being unique to the character using them. For example, one of Green Lantern’s Character Powers is to swing his enemy overhead using a chain. For each Character Power, you should consult the character moves list.

Character Powers are specific to each different character, and are charged up during the heat of battle, and can then be used for a certain amount of time by the player. The Character Powers can take the form of stat boost, like Superman and Wonder Woman, or it can be a special combat ability, like Batman summoning a swarm of bats.

Injustice 2 Character Guides

Below you’ll find character guides for each of the characters in Injustice 2. We’ll be adding more detail to these over time, with the most detailed guides appearing at the top of the list. In the following guide, we’ll be outlining which buttons to press at exactly the right time, for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

  • Square/X = Light Attack
  • Triangle/Y = Medium Attack
  • Cross/A = Heavy Attack
  • Circle/B = Character Power
  • L1/LB = Throw
  • R1/RB = Interact
  • L2/LT = Flip stance
  • R2/RT = Meter Burn

Characters in Injustice 2

New Characters Coming to Injustice 2

NetherRealm recently revealed that famed Mortal Kombat fighter Sub Zero would be making his way to Injustice 2 later this Summer, and that Red Hood, aka. Jason Todd has arrived in the game. Those who already own the Deluxe or Ultimate editions of Injustice 2, or the Figher Pack for the game will already have access to Red Hood, who is the first DLC fighter made available for the game.

Starfire and Mortal Kombat's Sub-Zero have now been released for Injustice 2, in the first DLC pack alongside Red Hood. More DLC characters will undoubtedly be releasing in the near future for Injustice 2, but as of right now NetherRealm has yet to reveal the identities of any of them.

With all the characters of Injustice 2 mastered you will truly be a foe not to be messed with. Of course, you may well have read all our info and reverted to button-mashing. As long as you’re having fun that’s all that matters.

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Hirun Cryer

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