Injustice: Gods Among Us Game of the Year Edition is set for release on November 6, according to a now-pulled product listing on Amazon’s French arm, which was spotted by AGB. While an updated version of NetherRealm's fighter is yet to be officially announced, the online retailer suggests it’s due to hit Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, PC and Vita.
It’s worth noting that NetherRealm's previous game, April 2011’s Mortal Kombat, also released first on home consoles before making its way to Vita in May 2012 and PC earlier this month. While Amazon didn’t provide details of any additional content set to be included in Injustice GOTY Edition, it's expected that the updated title will feature DLC released since the original game's launch on consoles in April. To date, NetherRealm has made Lobo, Batgirl, Scorpion and General Zod available as new downloadable characters. The Injustice DLC season pass offers access to the four of them for the price of three. Additional costumes have also been released for a number of the game’s combatants.
We said in our Injustice: Gods Among Us review: “All-in-all, Injustice is a licensed fighting game done right, sure to please fans of the brand and the genre. Its accessibility lets casual gamers or avid comic readers enjoy themselves, while retaining all the depth that fighter enthusiasts crave. If you've ever wanted to witness Batman and Superman duke it out in a brutal showdown, there's no better time than now.”