PSA: Injustice: Gods Among Us conjures Zatanna DLC today


The latest DLC character for Injustice: Gods Among Us, magician Zatanna Zatara, is available for download on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network today for 400 MS Points ($5). If you're unfamiliar with the sometime Justice Leaguer, the catch-up trailer above hits all the backstory beats you'll need before jumping into the fight.

The Injustice DLC train has been chugging along since May. Zatanna joins previous DLC characters Lobo, Batgirl, Scorpion from Mortal Kombat, General Zod and Martian Manhunter. NetherRealm Studios has yet to announce whether there will be more DLC characters after Zatanna.
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Injustice: Gods Among Us Releases Zatanna DLC Character along with All-new History Video


Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced it has released Zatanna, the latest downloadable content (DLC) character to be added to the DC Comics fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us. Based on NetherRealm Studios' interpretation of the famed DC Comics character, Zatanna is available now on Xbox LIVE® Marketplace for 400 Microsoft Points and will be available on the PlayStation®Network at a price of $4.99 later today.

A second generation magician and a master of trickery known for her clever escapes and summons executed by speaking backwards, Zatanna is certainly a force to be reckoned with in the futuristic world of Injustice: Gods Among Us.

Developed by award-winning NetherRealm Studios, Injustice: Gods Among Us introduces a new franchise in the fighting game genre and a brand new story created in collaboration between NetherRealm Studios, DC Entertainment and comic book writers Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti. As the story unfolds, players will experience the power, gadgetry and unparalleled strength of some of the most popular DC Comics heroes and villains, such as Batman, Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Arrow, Aquaman, The Joker and others, as they engage in epic battles in a world where the line between good and evil is blurred.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.