The Silence Around Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Is Getting Suspicious!

The game is supposed to be released in two months on paper, but rumors suggest that is not the case…


Warner showed the game at Sony’s recent State of Play broadcast. Fifteen minutes of gameplay of the new title by Rocksteady Games (Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, Batman: Arkham Knight, Batman: Arkham VR) were shown, but the audience didn’t love the game, which also got under their skin by requiring an Internet connection even when playing solo, potentially due to the live service approach.

A few days later, there were rumors that Warner was already considering postponing the game due to lukewarm reception so that it won’t be released until 2024 instead of 2023. The audience wasn’t keen on the Suicide Squad game adaptation because of the cookie-cutter gameplay and the live service approach. Jason Schreier, writing for Bloomberg, says on Twitter that Warner has already decided on another delay, but there’s a catch: it’s not yet known WHEN the game will reach gamers!

That’s sad (and ridiculous…), considering that it’s currently scheduled for release on May 26 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC. According to Schreier, Rocksteady hasn’t yet announced when we can expect it instead due to the foggy situation. The staff was told a few weeks ago that the release would be this year, but there’s no word on when, so chances are it’ll launch in 2024. Will the gameplay fundamentals change, at least?

No! They could tamper with the concept during the plus 7 (or more…) months, which was presumably the publisher’s decision. So, given Schreier’s reliability, it’s only a matter of time before Warner and Rocksteady postpone Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League to 2024, citing “better quality and polishing,” when it was supposed to be out in 2022…

Source: WCCFTech

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