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Injustice 2 (iOS/Android): Tips and Tricks Guide – Hints, Cheats, and Strategies

Injustice 2 is the surprise mobile-game sequel to Injustice: Gods Among Us by NetherRealm Studios for the iOS and Android. The sequel brings better graphics, more characters from the DC Extended Universe, and more in-depth fighting. You can battle against other heroes and villains to advance the story, unlock rare, epic and legendary heroes and equipment, and devise your own trio of heroes and fighting strategies for each one. Read on for some tips and tricks for Injustice 2 for mobile!

Each hero tends to have their own strongest combos, but as far as pulling off as many hits in a row as you can, your best bet is usually either dash-tap-tap-tap-dash, or dash-tap-tap-tap-jump. These act as an unbreakable combo as long as the first hit isn’t blocked, and they will rapidly fill up your special move bar, in addition to doing high levels of damage. Add a special move onto the tail end of the combo to not only do massive damage, but to ensure that it lands.

Start practicing blocking and counterpunching early on so that you’re ready when the opponents become tougher to beat. Anticipate the coming attack and hold block, wait until the opponent’s hit or combination is blocked, then immediately hit them with a combo attack before they can attack again.

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When you unlock the arena (which happens at level 3), a good tip is to place only one character into the arena instead of all three. The tier of opponent you face is based on your total team threat, so your team threat will be very low compared to who you’re playing against. This maximizes the efficiency of pips usage and allows you more practice with a specific character.

You can send unused heroes out on operations in order to earn rewards, such as xp and gems. Level up your operations with gems in order to earn more gems whenever you complete them. If you’re stuck somewhere in a campaign, send your primary heroes on an operation instead, then let the game sit for awhile while they complete it, and they will gain big boosts when they come back, strengthening them and breaking through that difficulty barrier.

Keep multiple classes of characters in your party for the campaign mode (and the arena if you choose to use all three slots) so that you always have someone who is a type match for whoever you’re fighting against at the time. Don’t make a party out of homogenous heroes unless your heroes are so rare and powerful that the type match doesn’t even matter at the time.

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