Before Injustice: Gods Among Us hit the Xbox 360 and PS3 back in April, WB games launched a companion app for iOS that provided a near console-like fighting game experience. Now the mobile app is moving to other platforms.
WB Games announced today that the mobile version of Injustice: Gods Among Us is now available on Android devices. As you would expect from more modern mobile titles, the fighter is only available on devices with Android 4.0 or later.
Just like the iOS version, Injustice on Android is free-to-play and supported by microtransactions. While you can certainly unlock everything in the game through normal gameplay, buying in-game currency will help you level up your fighters with new moves and costumes much faster.
Here's a trailer that shows off what the game looks like running on Android:
The Android release of Injustice comes on the heels of NetherRealm releasing Batman: Arkham Origins on iOS. There's no word yet on when that game will come to Android, but it will probably take a while for the Batman-based brawler to make its way to Android devices.
You can download Injustice: Gods Among Us from Google Play or the Amazon Appstore starting today. The console version of the fighter is also now available on the PS4, PS Vita and PC alongside the original PS3 and Xbox 360 releases.[Image: InjusticeGame/YouTube]