Injustice: Gods Among Us Mobile is the mobile version of the Console game of the same title, which was released on iOS devices on April 3, 2013 and Android devices on November 21, 2013, is a free-to-play game with buyable upgrades, such as Power Credits and Energy Cards. Recent updates have included DLC Characters such as The Red Son Pack (with Superman, Wonder Woman and Solomon Grundy) and the Man of Steel pack (it contains an exclusive Superman and Zod).

There also exists a Challenge Mode, which allows players to get exclusive Gold Character Cards by beating many battles within a certain time period.

The following characters can be claimed (that are confirmed) from Challenge Mode (in order) :-

Batgirl, Zod, Red Son Deathstroke, Regime Raven, Regime Aquaman, Blackest Night Batman, Hawkgirl, Elseworld Flash and Martian Manhunter, John Stewart Green Lantern, Mortal Kombat Scorpion, 600 Wonder Woman, Containment Doomsday, Boss Solomon Grundy, Darkseid, Regime Killer Frost, Red Son Batman, Arkham Origins Deathstroke, Luchador Bane, Zatanna, Red Son Green Lantern, Raven and Aquaman.

NetherRealm teased at WonderCon a multiplayer trailer, adding new skins for existing characters and a new multiplayer system with a genuine new interface, coming soon to Injustice Mobile.


Here is a list of the Current characters in the game:

  • Aquaman
  • Aquaman (Regime)
  • Aquaman (Flashpoint)
  • Aquaman (Injustice 2)
  • Ares
  • Bane
  • Bane (Regime)
  • Bane (Knightfall)
  • Bane (Luchador)
  • Bane (Arkham Origins)
  • Batgirl (Barbara Gordon)
  • Batgirl (Arkham Knight)
  • Batgirl (Cassandra Cain)
  • The Flash
  • The Flash (Regime)
  • The Flash (Elseworld)
  • The Flash (New 52)
  • The Flash (Metahuman)
  • The Flash (Earth 2)
  • The Flash (Black Lantern)
  • The Flash (Wally West)
  • Batman
  • Batman (Insurgency)
  • Batman (Red Son)
  • Batman (Black Lantern)
  • Batman (Flashpoint)
  • Batman (Arkham Origins)
  • Batman (Arkham Knight)
  • Batman (Gaslight)
  • Batman (Batman Ninja)
  • Batman Beyond
  • Batman Beyond (Animated)
  • The Batman Who Laughs
  • Black Adam
  • Black Adam (Regime)
  • Black Adam (New 52)
  • Black Adam (kahndaq)
  • Catwoman
  • Catwoman (Regime)
  • Catwoman (Ame-Comi)
  • Catwoman (Batman Ninja)
  • Catwoman (Batman Returns)
  • Catwoman (Arkham Knight)
  • Cyborg
  • Cyborg (Regime)
  • Cyborg (Teen Titans)
  • Damian Wayne (Nightwing Regime)
  • Darkseid
  • Darkseid (Apokolips)
  • Deadshot (Suicide Squad)
  • Deadshot (Arkham Origins)
  • Deathstroke
  • Deathstroke (Insurgency)
  • Deathstroke (Flashpoint)
  • Deathstroke (Red Son)
  • Deathstroke (Arkham Origins)
  • Dick Grayson (Nightwing)
  • Dick Grayson (New 52)
  • Dick Grayson (Batman Ninja)
  • Doomsday
  • Doomsday (Regime)
  • Doomsday (Containment Suit)
  • Doomsday (Black Lantern)
  • Green Arrow
  • Green Arrow (Insurgency)
  • Green Arrow (The Arrow)
  • Green Arrow (Rebirth)
  • Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)
  • Green Lantern (John Stewart)
  • Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz)
  • Green Lantern (Sinestro)
  • Hal Jordan (Regime)
  • Hal Jordan (Red Son)
  • Hal Jordan (New 52)
  • Hal Jordan (Red Lantern)
  • Hal Jordan (Yellow Lantern)
  • Harley Quinn
  • Harley Quinn (Insurgency)
  • Harley Quinn (Arkham)
  • Harley Quinn (Arkham Knight)
  • Harley Quinn (Suicide Squad)
  • Harley Quinn (Animated)
  • Hawkgirl
  • Hawkgirl (Regime)
  • Hawkgirl (Earth 2)
  • Hawkgirl (Black Lantern)
  • The Joker
  • The Joker (Insurgency)
  • The Joker (The Killing Joke)
  • The Joker (Suicide Squad)
  • The Joker (Arkham Origins)
  • The Joker Unhinged
  • Killer Croc
  • Killer Frost
  • Killer Frost (Regime)
  • Lex Luthor
  • Lex Luthor (Insurgency)
  • Lex Luthor (Kryptonian Suit)
  • Lobo
  • Lobo (Bounty Hunter)
  • Lord Joker
  • Martian Manhunter
  • Martian Manhunter (Black Lantern)
  • The Merciless
  • Raven
  • Raven (Regime)
  • Raven (Teen Titans)
  • Raven (Rebirth)
  • Reverse Flash
  • Scorpion
  • Scorpion (Mortal Kombat X)
  • Scorpion (Klassic)
  • Shazam
  • Shazam (New 52)
  • Sinestro
  • Sinestro (Regime)
  • Sinestro (Antimatter)
  • Solomon Grundy
  • Solomon Grundy (Regime)
  • Solomon Grundy (Red Son)
  • Solomon Grundy (Earth 2)
  • Static
  • Superman
  • Superman (Regime)
  • Superman (Lockdown)
  • Superman (Black Lantern)
  • Superman (Red Son)
  • Superman (New 52)
  • Superman (Man of Steel)
  • Superman (Dawn of Justice)
  • Superman (Injustice 2)
  • The Arkham Knight
  • Wonder Woman
  • Wonder Woman (Regime)
  • Wonder Woman (Red Son)
  • Wonder Woman (600)
  • Wonder Woman (New 52)
  • Wonder Woman (Dawn of Justice)
  • Zatanna
  • Zod
  • Zod (Man of Steel)

Online Mode

The Online Mode allows iOS players to play against other AI-controlled player teams and was added into the game on April 24, 2014. Although the multiplayer matches are not in real-time, the winner of each match gains battle rating that are added to the Leaderboard for each "Leaderboards Season." Furthermore, gear cards can be added to characters to increase their stats.

Occasionally, and exclusive character is awarded to players who rank high enough in that season. Characters awarded this way include Ares, Cassandra Cain Batgirl, and the Batmobile, a Batman-specific legendary gear.

Challenge Mode

The Challenge Mode is an event that happens usually twice a month, that may last for 10–17 days. It consists of 63 battles within five certain "Sub-Challenge Stages". Each of the five challenges has a certain requirement in order to beat them or even partake in them.

  • In challenge battle 1, only Bronze characters are allowed.
  • One character must be on your team for challenge battle 2, 4, 5, which is different between the three.
  • In challenge battle 3, only Bronze or Silver characters are allowed.

Any version of the named character will work. For example, if it requires Bane on their team, Bane, Regime Bane, Luchador Bane, or Knightfall Bane will work. In certain challenges, there are certain criteria instead of a character, such as requiring a Red Son character or a Regime character.

The battles within the challenge mode have an Energy Cost and an extra cost known as "Challenge Credits". Credits are won by doing ladders outside the challenge mode. You receive 0.5 Challenge Credits for every energy bar used. Therefore, playing 2 battles that require 3 energy bars each, you will receive 1 & 2 Challenge Credits for the two fights. Every time a challenge starts, 25 credits are awarded to the player to get started. With the completion of the challenge, the player receives 25 more credits to play the next difficulty. Without any losses, a total of 63 credits is required to beat the challenge mode completely. Credits can also be bought from the shop in quantities of 3 or 20. Credits disappear from the player when Challenge Mode ends. When a Challenge Mode is completed, a "Gold" character will be awarded to the player. Other rewards include a free Bronze booster pack, 15,000 Power Credits and a Silver booster pack. Once Challenge Mode is completed, the player may buy the same character again to promote them. Upon completion of the Expert Mode difficulty, the player also receives an uncommon Gear Card. Upon completion of the Nightmare difficulty, the player also receives a 3-star Gear Card exclusive to the challenge character. If the player has not completed it, they will not find them there. As of yet, challenge mode characters can be found in Challenge Booster Packs.

In the 1.7 Update, Challenge Mode will be repeatable up to three times if eligible. This is ONLY from Elseworld Flash onwards. For example, the challenge with Elseworld Flash will be repeatable so that's it possible to claim the prizes three times. However, with each repeat, the challenge mode gets significantly tougher; the difficulty starts from Normal, then to Expert difficulty and finally Nightmare difficulty. The same mechanic of completing the challenges one by one to get pieces for prizes will still apply. In higher difficulties, players may be rewarded with character cards of bronze or silver rarity, or very rarely gold. In the Expert difficulty, it takes 2 Challenge Credits in every battle, and in Nightmare difficulty it takes 3 Challenge Credits per battle up from the original one required. Therefore, it'll take 63, 126, and 189 (a grand total of 378 credits) to complete the Challenge mode fully. However, from the Killer Frost challenge onwards, the player only needed 1 Challenge Credit per battle regardless of difficulty.

The 1.8 Update added Batgirl back as a repeatable challenge. Old challenges such as Zod and Red Son Deathstroke are likely to make a return in this way, just as 600 Wonder Woman and Darkseid did.

Recently, the 2.1 Update brought Regime Killer Frost, Luchadore Bane, Arkham Origins Deathstroke, and Red Son Batman as new challenges.

Furthermore, the 2.2 Update brought in new challenge characters, which are Red Son Green Lantern, Zatanna, Raven and Aquaman. Cassandra Cain Batgirl could be found in the game files and was later released as an online challenge.

The 2.3 Update brought in Godfall Superman, Animated Batman Beyond, Static Shock and MKX Scorpion. The Batmobile is released as an online challenge. Ra's Al Ghul Dagger and Static's Disc are found in gear packs.

The 2.4 Update, released on 19 May 2015, adds a new set of Gear and adds Killer Frost Prime, Arkham Origins Bane and Joker, Bounty Hunter Lobo, and Regime Hawkgirl. Multiplayer has been buffed and passive abilities for current characters have been updated.


These characters are rewards from previous (or ongoing) challenge modes.

Batgirl was brought back from NetherRealm due to customer feedback. Darkseid was brought back as a challenge on May 31, 2014. 600 Wonder Woman was brought back on June 27, 2014 for Android, while iOS had new characters added in, such as Regime Killer Frost. Other challenge characters are known to be brought back as challenges as well.


  • The Martian Manhunter support card was renamed J'onn J'onzz, leading to the belief that Martian Manhunter will be a future character card. Martian Manhunter became available as a character card for a limited time through the challenge mode; whether this influenced the name change of the support card is unknown.
  • The game has Darkseid as a playable character, making him the first Injustice mobile exclusive character. He is followed by Static and the Arkham Knight in that regard.
  • Green Lantern Sinestro and Batman Returns Catwoman are also mobile exclusive skins.
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