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The latest updates for "#Injustice 2" will feature the possibility that Spawn and Watchmen member Rorschach are added on the sequel's third DLC pack. Game producer #Ed Boon told IGN (via Gamerant) at the Brazil Game Show that next character will be different and will surprise video game fans because of that person's unique fighting style.

Boon also talked about the #Nintendo Switch version of the sequel and how its development will not be as perfect as the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

The new DLC fighter

NetherRealm Studios announced that Ryan Choi's version of The Atom [VIDEO] would join "Injustice 2's" third DLC pack along with two unannounced characters by his side.

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The first DLC pack featured Teen Titan member Starfire, Red Hood, and "Mortal Kombat" character Sub-Zero.

The second batch of characters consists of Aquaman villain Black Manta, "MK" fighter Raiden, and Hellboy, who is scheduled to launch in November. This leaves the fans wondering if Boon and the studio will announce the remaining two DLC characters on the roster by the end of the year?

Spawn has been the most requested guest character in the game after Boon created a Twitter poll last year. The latter also claimed that Watchmen characters like Rorschach and Doctor Manhattan could be added into the game since the superhero team will eventually crossover to the DC universe.

Other rumored characters include Raven, Hawkgirl, Ra's al Ghul, John Constantine, Booster Gold, Katana, Etrigan the Demon, and Stargirl.

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Switch version not perfect?

According to Boon, NetherRealm Studios can port [VIDEO] "Injustice 2" to the Switch, but Nintendo users should expect that the development process will not be so easy, and this version will not be as perfect as they thought it would be when it comes out.

"There are inevitable compromises, but you know, you can make some version of Injustice on the Atari 2600," Boon said. "It's not going to be great, but you can something."

Boon explained that the Switch has a "pretty" different hardware architecture than the PS4 and Xbox One consoles, and porting the game will be difficult to do unless the studio could set up an external staff to properly make the game.

The game producer knows that the fans will love to see the sequel on the Switch since titles like "Pokken Tournament DX" and "Ultra Street Fighter 2" have already made their mark on the console.

The sequel's story will feature Batman and Superman's teams working together to stop Brainiac and Gorilla Grodd's Secret Society from conquering the world.