NetherRealm Studios’ likeable superhero dust up Injustice: Gods Among Us is swopping onto the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita, publisher Warner Bros has announced. The re-release will deploy on 12th November in North America and 29th November in Europe, and will include the original game alongside all of its downloadable content. That’s an offering valued at around $120, according to the optimistic company.

The next generation iteration is being produced by The Conduit developer High Voltage Software, and will include touchpad functionality and video sharing. Meanwhile, the portable instalment is being worked on by Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate creator Armature, and will include touch minigames, collectible hero cards, and more.

As excited as we are to see the brawler expand to two additional PlayStation platforms, it does seem unnervingly early to be releasing an Ultimate Edition of the game. The title only debuted on the PS3 in April, making this re-release seem a smidgen premature. Still, with no fighters available in the PS4’s launch lineup, we suppose that it will fill a hole. Let’s just hope that the port’s up to scratch.