The Atom looks great in Injustice 2

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The Atom looks great in Injustice 2

For the Marvel fans out there, he's a lot like Ant-Man, except even more powerful. If you don't already know, it was only when Palmer went missing that Choi took up the mantel of The Atom worked hard to keep Ivy Town safe. Armed with his quantum bio-belt and a prodigal knowledge of physics, players can utilize all of scientist Ryan Choi's subatomic powers to deliver justice against Superman's regime.

You can check out Atom in action, below.

In the trailer we see a variety of moves from The Atom, like his ability to change his size from very small to very big. In addition to being able to change size and dodge almost everything thrown at him, he can also freeze opponents in place. This character is going to be a nightmare to play against.

The Atom is one of the most anticipated characters coming to Injustice 2.

Also due out in Fighter Pack #3 are Enchantress and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Atom will be available on December 12. He's a part of the Fighter Pack 3, or you'll get him if you bought the Injustice 2 Ultimate Edition. Fighter Pack 1 includes Red Hood, Starfire, and Sub-Zero, and Fighter Pack 2 features Black Manta, Raiden, and Hellboy.

Injustice 2 was released earlier this year and allows players to step into the boots of their favorite DC superheroes and villains and knock the snot out of one another.

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