Injustice DLC now available on Wii U

Out of nowhere, it appears all DLC is now available for the Wii U version of Injustice: Gods Among Us and can be grabbed from the eShop right now!

In fact, it seems that Wii U has DLC that no other version of the game does. Cor!!

Just start the game, hit Home, go to the shop and the Injustice page will automatically open. There’s a button with the DLC at the top right and from there you can access the lot.

The compatibility skins from Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 are free, but the rest are of a higher value than their other console counterparts.

The free skins included are…

– Flashpoint Batman
– Luchador Bane
– Containment Suit Doomsday
– Classic Ares

Additional characters will retail for $4.99 each and are…

– Batgirl
– Lobo
– General Zod
– Scorpion

Skin packs go for $2.99 each and are..

– Bad Girls (Catwoman, Wonder Woman, Harley)
– Teen Titans (Raven, Cyborg, Deathstroke)
– Killing Joke (Different forms of the Joker)
– Red Son #1 (Superman, Solomon Grundy, Wonder Woman)
– Red Son #2 (Batman, Green Lantern, Deathstroke)
– Blackest Night #1 (Superman, Flash, Doomsday)
– Blackest Night #2 (Batman, Hawkgirl, Aquaman)
– Arkham City (Batman, Catwoman, Joker)
– New 52 (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman)
– Earth-2 (Flash, Hawkgirl, Solomon Grundy)
– Ame-Comi (Catwoman, Wonder Woman, Harley)
– Lockdown (Unknown)
– Flashpoint (Aquaman, Deathstroke, Wonder Woman) – This one goes for $3.99

Finally, single skins will go for $0.99 and are as follows…

– Man of Steel Movie Skin: Superman
– Blackest Night Batman

 Ame-Comi appears to be a Wii U exclusive and cannot be found on any other format. This was originally included in the Japanese version of the game.  I also believe Lockdown is a unique pack that has been included.

Warner Brothers have yet to officially confirm the availability of this DLC.

(Thanks NeoGAF)

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