The Injustice 2 Multiverse is ever-changing, with numerous events coming to the title every day or every hour. It can be hard to keep track of these events, especially if they’re a special Diamond or Platinum Mother Box event. One great fan has decided to make a Multiverse tracker website that will keep fans updated on the Multiverse events.
While the design for the website is pretty basic, it does give some great information about the various Multiverse events. Fans get to know the name of the event, the possible rewards and if they happen to be character-specific. How NetherRealms didn’t make this from the outset is baffling, but at least fans have one now, so that’s good.
Announced on the game’s subreddit, the “Little Brother Eye” website will keep track of all the Injustice 2 Multiverse events from now on. Fans will be able to add the events they see in the game, so players can be updated right away. It’s a good idea in theory, but the site’s creator pointed out that it might lead to trolling fake events.
Thankfully, a remove button was added recently, so fans that know an event is fake can remove it right away. Players of Injustice 2 are quite thankful for the website, so here is hoping it stays for a good while. From what can be seen, it doesn’t look like it can hurt NetherRealms or Warner Bros, so let’s stay hopeful.
A Possible App?
Bringing up the possibility of a mobile app, the site’s creator says there aren’t any plans, but wouldn’t mind one. The creator said the data for the site can be shared to anyone who would want to make the app. It’s a nice way of sharing to the community, and should be useful for knowing any Injustice 2 Multiverse events.
Speaking of Multiverse events, fans have a day to complete To End All Wars and get Wonder Woman’s movie gear. The movie gear will also be available as a random reward, but fans should get the gear set now. Expect more movie gear sets in the future, especially with the Justice League film coming in November.
Injustice 2 is available now on the PS4 and Xbox One, with a mobile spinoff also available for iOS and Android. Fans that want to be updated on events should check out the website, called Little Brother Eye. Red Hood will soon be available this month as DLC, with Starfire and Sub-Zero coming afterwards.