Based in the DC Universe, Injustice: Gods Among Us was a runaway success on the iOS App Store, generating enough downloads to rival its console-based iteration in terms of popularity. But now, the sequel to this long-running game, Injustice 2, is finally out in the wild, as it was soft-launched in the Philippines this past February.
Injustice 2 features fluid fighting mechanics that use a series of swipes and taps, which can be mixed up to perform devastating combo attacks. There's plenty of well-known DC heroes and villains to choose from, and their appearance and skills can each be upgraded. All in all, Injustice 2 is sure to please the legions of fans that have been craving for a major revamp of this franchise.
As of now, Injustice 2 is still in the process of being fine-tuned before its worldwide release. As such, it's only currently available for download in the Philippines version of the iOS App Store. But if you can't bring yourself to wait, read on below to learn how you can play this game right now despite the region lock.
Injustice 2 will work on any iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch running iOS 10 or higher. However, since the game is currently only available in the Philippines iOS App Store, you'll need to create an Apple ID that's based in that country before you can download the game.
Creating a location-spoofed App Store account is easy to do, and involves signing up using a valid email account and using a realistic home address for the country you're spoofing. But if this is something you've never done before, fret not, as we've got the entire process covered in detail at the following guide.
Once you've set up an account in the Philippines, the rest of the process will work just the same as installing any other game. So head to the App Store and search for Injustice 2 to get it installed, or tap the following link from your iOS device.
Please note that Injustice 2 is still in its beta stages of development, so users may experience a few bugs here and there. However, we tested Injustice 2 on an iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 Plus, both running iOS 10.2, and the game ran with no noticeable issues. How is the game working on your device? Let us know in the comment section below.
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