Injustice: Gods Among Us is coming to PS Vita, PlayStation 4, and Windows PCs next month, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced.

Along with the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, those platforms will get the game’s Ultimate Edition – which includes all LDC so far – on November 29.

The PC version comes thanks to High Voltage Software, which also ported NetherRealm Studios’ 2011 Mortal Kombat to that platform. High Voltage is also in charge of the PlayStation 4 version, which will include touch pad functionality.

The Vita version is in development at Armature Studios, which handled Metal Gear Solid HD Collection on Vita, and is also working on the upcoming Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate.

Armature co-founder and technical director Jack Mathews said that his team worked hard to make sure the Vita version matched its console counterpart.

“The PS3 version has beautiful lighting, destructible environments, and – most importantly – 60 FPS fighting,” he wrote in a post on PlayStation Blog.

“We worked tirelessly to bring this experience to the handheld, and pulled out all the stops to push the PS Vita as hard as we could to make all of the above happen.”

The Vita version will also include ad-hoc multiplayer and traditional multiplayer over Wi-Fi, and will add touch controls to Story Mode and some S.T.A.R. Labs Missions.

There has been no word of an Xbox One or Wii U version of the game.