Injustice 3 Probably Won’t Be Revealed at DC FanDome

Injustice 3 Probably Won’t Be Revealed at DC FanDome

A new press release from Warner Bros. indicates that there will be two announcements about video games at DC FanDome, and they don't include Injustice 3.

DC FanDome is going to be this year’s biggest online event from Warner Bros. Media that will be covering every new announcements and update related to the world of DC comics, including video games, but it seems there will be no Injustice 3 news.

A few weeks prior to the show, we got to know that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is the next project coming from Rocksteady, nearly five years after launching Batman: Arkham Knight, the final piece of their Arkham trilogy. Later on, we’ve been officially informed that WB Montreal will also be announcing its new Batman-focused project at DC FanDome, which has already received several mysterious teasers and screenshots.

Aside from the two titles above, there were some strong rumors around the announcement of Injustice 3 by Nether Realm Studios, given that the studio head, Ed Boon, will be attending the show tomorrow. That said, it seems the new installment of the Injustice series won’t be revealed at the upcoming event as a new press release from Warner Bros. Media indicated that “two games will be announced” at DC FanDome, and we already know what are those two titles.

Of course, we can still expect a surprising announcement from Ed Boon at the show, but they might save it for another event if there would be a new entry for the Injustice series in the works. Previously, Nether Realm’ Mortal Kombat 11 was revealed at Geoff Keighley’s The Game Awards show, so the studio might be planning another exciting show for this year’s The Game Awards event, or even the upcoming Opening Night Live show which will be presented by Keighley.

The Injustice series was first created by Nether Realm Studios back in 2013. The sequel arrived in 2017, which received mostly positive reviews from critics, turning into one of the best comic-oriented games of the current generation of consoles.