Injustice 2 won't arrive until May, but at least we can now start contemplating which version of the game to spend precious money on. The sequel to Injustice: Gods Among Us will be available in three editions at the very least: Standard, Digital Deluxe, and Ultimate. And the cover art isn't the only thing that separates the three from each other.
The Standard Edition, which has Superman on the cover, is the regular version - the default package, in other words. It doesn't contain anything out of the ordinary aside from the basic content. The Standard Edition is priced at $60. The Digital Deluxe, as its name implies, is only available via digital download and bears Supergirl out front.
This version contains an additional three unnamed DLC characters. It also has an exclusive premier skin available for Supergirl which transforms her into Power Girl, an alternate superhero persona of Kara Zor-L. Aside from the cosmetic changes, Power Girl features a different voice and dialog. The Digital Deluxe Edition also offers an exclusive shader pack. The Digital Deluxe Edition can be yours for $80.
Lastly, the Ultimate Edition. This version, which houses Batman on the cover, has an additional nine DLC characters. But as with the Digital Deluxe DLC characters, we don't know their identities. The Ultimate Edition adds two more premier skins, available to Flash and Green Lantern.
Flash transforms into Reverse-Flash while Green Lantern switches to the John Stewart variant. Both will also have new voices and dialogs upon transformation. Two exclusive shader packs also come with this version. If you want the Ultimate Edition, be prepared to cough up $100.
Injustice 2 picks up five years after the events of the first game. It features several notable DC superheroes and villains such as Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and Brainiac. The game releases on May 16, 2017, for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles. A mobile port will also arrive on iOS and Android, just like the first game.
Source: Injustice 2 official website