Injustice 2: NetherRealm Studios showcases Atom's abilities in new trailer

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For the Marvel fans out there, he's a lot like Ant-Man, except even more powerful.

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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. According to his official profile, his mission is to find a missing friend, his mentor Ray Palmer a.k.a. the original Atom. The Atom will use his mastery of science and technology to assault his foes with stuns, snares and frequent size changes that will likely make him extremely hard to hit. Atom looks like a lot of fun to play as - and pretty annoying to play against. Like, did you catch the bit where he makes Bane punch himself in his own face? As you will remember, Fighter Pack 3 will include some surprises, like the Ninja Turtles. The Atom will soon be a playable character and WB Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios have released the gameplay trailer featuring the hero.

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Remember that Injustice 2 is now available on PC and already has 4K support on Xbox One X. No, really. Watch the Fighter Pack 3 reveal trailer, below. Ultimate Edition owners will be able to use Atom starting on December 12, and I can't wait to try him out for myself.

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