‘Injustice 2’ helped inspire Harley Quinn’s look in ‘The Suicide Squad’

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James Gunn Confirms Some Harley Quinn Looks suicide squad was inspired by his presence in Injustice 2, DC fighting game created by NetherRealm Studios.

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as seen pcgamenJames Gunn shares a look at some of the original art for Harley Quinn’s design suicide squad and added that a particular outfit was “inspired by her outfit”. Injustice 2 Video game”.


The outfit in question is the outfit that Harley Quinn – played by Margot Robbie – wears in Corto Maltese’s first assault on the beach. NS Injustice 2Dress inspired by almost everyone was used suicide squad Marketing, though it is only worn briefly by Harley Quinn during the ill-fated attack.

Post also shared concept art of Harley Quinn’s costume development throughout the film, showing how her extravagant red dress was planned to gradually unfold as it featured multiple fight scenes.

injustice Co-Producer Ed Boon thanks gunno To the shout out on Friday (October 2), who in turn said: “Credit where credit is due”.

Back in August, it was reported that the Netherlands is reportedly working Mortal Kombat 12 Instead of Injustice 3. That’s because NetherRealm studios are currently facing a separation from Warner Bros. Games, which holds the licenses for the DC characters featured in the superhero fighting game.

In other news, The Elder Scrolls Online Deadlands DLC is set to arrive on November 1. The expansion will set the Gate of Oblivion campaign in a new area in the 20-hour finale campaign. As well as the brutal land of The Savior, Deadlands will add Fargrave – one of the biggest cities in the game.


The MMO also currently has the Bounties of Blackwood event going on, which offers players a variety of new rewards to earn.

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