- Could there be a new “Injustice” game coming this year as Samsung released weird teaser leading fans to believe that a new “Injustice” game is in the making?
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It seems like there will be a lot of good surprises this upcoming E3 conference. From new video games announced, to downloadable contents and, now, more news have been going around the social vine. According to some reports, there will be a new and upcoming “Injustice” game and what sparked the rumors about this new “Injustice” game is an advert from Samsung on their official Facebook page.
“Injustice: Gods Among Us” by developer NeatherRealm Studio has had its fair share of success in the mobile gaming app market. During its release four years ago, it almost immediately got million downloads. “Injustice: Gods Among Us” had also high ratings from critics.
Not only that, the Samsung new advert caused quite a stir amongst game fanatics due to the teaser trailer saying “Injustice is about to be served” and then shows a device of what seems to be a Batman logo on its backside. Other than that, Samsung also used some peculiar hashtags on the advert, hashtags like “Coming Soon,” “WB Games” and “DC Comics,” which only fuels the rumors of “Injustice: Gods Among Us” new game being announced this E3.
There is also a noticeable logos for DC and 2013′s “Injustice: Gods Among Us” on the lower right corner of the screen. Although there has been no word from Samsung, the fact that such a random teaser has been released a month ahead of E3 is very interesting. Also, Samsung is planning to reveal its C5 and C7 Galaxy Phones on E3.
Fans believe that this teaser from Samsung really means that a new “Injustice: Gods Among Men” is coming. After all, four years is quite a long time for NeatherRealm Studio to create a new game.
If this is so “Injustice: Gods Among Men” might become immediately the number one most downloaded game this year. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more “Injustice: Gods Among Men” news and updates!
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