WATCH: See Batman vs Superman in unreleased Justice League game clip

Before Injustice: Gods Among Us became the popular DC Comics' brawler it is today, another "Justice League" fighting game was in the works and ultimately got cancelled. Now, see footage from the game that was released online, featuring a battle between Batman and Superman!

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It’s still more than a year away until the world finally gets to see two of DC Comics’ iconic characters square-off and team up in the big screen with 2016’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice”, but there’s no question that those who want to see the titanic battle between The Dark Knight and The Man Of Steel are placing in their bets and looking forward to the epic clash between the two heroes that make up the duo known as “The World’s Finest”.


However fans and those who love video games got a special treat this weekend, as a video has surfaced online from an unreleased Justice League game that never saw the light of day. Developed by Double Helix (the developers of the new Killer Instinct series for the Xbox One), the game was commissioned by Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment, and would have seen the world’s most powerful superheroes brawl it out in a game is reminiscent of the Playstation 1 fighter Psychic Force.


So without further ado, here’s Batman taking on Superman from game footage released by YouTube channel PtoPOnline.

So there you have it, a full match from a game that was supposed to come out for the seventh generation of console gaming, but got cancelled and scrapped instead. In it’s place, gamers did get a Justice League/ DC Comics centered brawler from Warner Bros. and the makers of Mortal Kombat in NetherRealm Studios, which we all know as Injustice: Gods Among Us.


And as the saying goes, the rest was history.

Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice will be released in theaters on March 25, 2016.