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Scorpion seeks revenge on Injustice this Tuesday

Jordan Mallory
June 7, 2013
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Everybody's favorite ninja-turned-skeleton-head-ghost-ninja (Mortal Kombat's Scorpion, obviously) will fight his way back from the grave and into the DC Universe this Tuesday, June 11, when he becomes the latest DLC character for Injustice: Gods Among Us.

Scorpion's implementation in Injustice appears faithful to his incarnation in 2011's Mortal Kombat, though he won't play identically due to differences in Injustice's engine and gameplay mechanics. Ol' Scorps' toasty new threads were designed by legendary comic book artist Jim Lee, seen above talking design with NetherRealm's Ed Boon.

Scorpion will cost $5.

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Scorpion DLC for Injustice: Gods Among Us Available Beginning June 11

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's next downloadable content (DLC) character for DC Comics fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us, infamous Mortal Kombat character Scorpion, will be available for everyone to purchase beginning June 11. The newly designed version of Scorpion by Jim Lee, Co-Publisher at DC Entertainment, will be on Xbox LIVE® Marketplace for 400 MS Microsoft Points and on PlayStation®Network at a price of $4.99.






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