Injustice 2 has made its PC debut, including a release on Windows 10's Microsoft Store, alongside Xbox Live support (kinda).

Six months after the game's initial release on console platforms, Warner Bros.'s hit fighting game, Injustice 2, has made its PC debut. Bundling together the content available on the existing console versions, PC players can experience the full roster of its battles – with an unexpected release on Windows 10's integrated Microsoft Store.

Injustice 2 on the Microsoft Store offers the same content seen in its simultaneous Steam release, including the base game's single-player and multiplayer, alongside all associated downloadable content (DLC). Both a Standard Edition of the game and DLC-packed Ultimate Edition are available as of launch, priced at $49.99 and $79.99 respectively.

The game also sports Xbox Live integration when purchased through the Microsoft Store, however, doesn't appear to support Play Anywhere or Xbox Live achievements. This version is also sectioned off from the Steam version, meaning only those who purchased the game through the Microsoft Store will be compatible for multiplayer. Without any form of cross-platform play with Xbox One either, those looking to play online will find more value purchasing the game elsewhere.

While this Microsoft Store release is hard to recommend, this is still yet another acclaimed AAA title to hit the storefront. Those looking to purchase the game can do so using the store link below, where the game is available to download at 55.6 GB.

See Standard Edition at Microsoft Store See Ultimate Edition at Microsoft Store