Injustice 2 mobile version includes Black Adam as its newest playable character


Ruler of Kahndaq Black Adam was introduced to Warner Bros. Games and Lowerworld Studios as the newest character in the acclaimed action game Injustice League 2 Mobile. This fearsome character is now available as the latest legendary warrior. It was inspired by the first ever big screen adaptation of Black Adam, a long-awaited Warner Bros. Pictures film starring Dwayne Johnson as the uncompromising DC anti-hero.

Black Adam, the Ruler of Kahndaq heads to Injustice 2 Mobile

Ruler of Kahndaq Black Adam is the first member of the new flawed Justice team in Injustice 2: Mobile, and he has powers born of rage. To have a chance to add the character to their roster, players must defeat him in the new Ancient Judgment single-player raid campaign. He is a damage dealer who specializes in power-draining and armor-piercing attacks, making him a formidable opponent in single-player raids and champion arenas.

With his Courageous Mayne passive talent, he is immune to power stealing and can drain opponents of their power, while his special attacks, such as Lightning Discharge and Storm Cloud, may deal massive damage to enemies. The following are some of the other updates introduced in Injustice 2: Mobile Edition.

Karndak Artifacts: Players can equip their heroes with new Karndak Artifacts to help defeat the Ancient Trial solo raid leader and earn more rewards in the process.

  • League Difficulty: Two new difficulty levels have been added to League Raids, bringing more intense challenges and even bigger rewards!
  • NEW - Halloween Login Event: Starting October 25, 2022, fans can login daily to win special rewards, including exclusive Halloween avatars.


As the second member of the flawed Justice team and the new Golden character for Injustice 2: Mobile, Hawkman will make his debut in 2022 and introduce new synergies with the Kahndaq Ruler. Starting later this year, a sneak preview of Golden Hawkman will be accessible through the new Wings of Justice pass, inspired by Aldis Hodge's portrayal of the character in Black Adam.