Up until a few days ago, Warner Bros. claimed that the highly anticipated Suicide Squad game would be released later this year.
Warner Bros. has taken a handful of long-awaited games under its wing. Among the gems promised for this year were Harry Potter: Hogwarts Legacy and Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League. However, it seems that the anti-hero adventure may not be coming this year, with Bloomberg hinting at a possible delay.
According to their article, multiple sources connected to the title’s development have claimed this news.
Warner Bros. has not released any statement on the matter, so we’ll have to wait for official word that will indeed confirm the delay of Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League.
Bloomberg also reminds us that some of the distributor’s projects have been delayed before, as seen with the Hogwarts Legacy mentioned above.
RockSteady’s development has already attracted the interest of quite a few fans through its trailers and action-packed gameplay, as the connection to the Batman Arkham saga developed by the same studio is expected to be explored through the experiences of the well-known group of villains. In the title, we’ll be able to control Harley Quinn, Deadshot, King Shark and Captain Boomerang in the open world, either alone (the team members will be handled by artificial intelligence) or with up to three friends.
As mentioned, Warner Bros. has yet to comment on the current status of Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League. However, it has repeatedly confirmed that Hogwarts Legacy remains on track for release in 2022, dispelling rumours of further delays to the game.