During the DC All-Access panel at WonderCon a few days back, DC confirmed to fans that a sequel to 2013's Injustice: Gods Among Us is in development, but no other info, such as the developer working on it or release window, was revealed.
It's likely that Ed Boon's NetherRealm Studios (of Mortal Kombat fame), which developed the first Injustice game, will be back to handle development duties this time as well.
Injustice: Gods Among Us was a fighting game starring DC superheroes, where its plot revolved an alternate universe Superman finally snapping and establishing a new world order with himself ruling over it after the Joker causes him to inadvertently kill Lois and their unborn son by means of a nuclear weapon, along with all of Metropolis.
It's unknown whether the sequel in development will be a direct sequel to the story told in the first game, or if a new story will be told.
Are you excited to hear there's a sequel to Injustice in the works?