So just when is Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment releasing the DCU slugfest and what kind of goodies are you getting for the Battle Edition?
Source: 'Injustice: Gods Among Us' Battle Edition and Release Date Revealed; Digital Comic Based on Game Available Today
Injustice: Gods Amongst Us will hit stores April 16. Now for those with hefty wallets and die hard DC fans a Battle Edition will also be released the same date. For $149.99, you'll get the game, a sleak old school arcade board with official art from the game on it or a DC Collectibles statues featuring Batman and Wonder Woman, the Fortress of Sollitude, and the Last Son of Krypton's escape ship, a special collector's edition of Injustice: Gods Amongst Us comic book, and a digtal download of the DC animated movie Justice League: Doom. If that wasn't enough, both versions will also have exclusively the Nu52 costumes skins for Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman.
It should be noted though "the Battle Edition" will only be sold at Gamestop and EB Games in limited quantities and even though the picture only shows the X-Box 360 version, a PS3 one will be avaiable as well.
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