Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League: The Alpha Version Gets Mixed Reviews

Rocksteady and Warner lifted the embargo on the game early, and they probably regret it…


Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League had already divided audiences by using a live service model, and the press was not enthusiastic about Rocksteady’s next game. Then the studio held an alpha test in November and gave a strict non-disclosure agreement (NDA) for anything related to Suicide Squad. But the embargo was unexpectedly lifted, and Rocksteady explained why:

“In November, we held a closed alpha test for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, where players agreed to a non-disclosure agreement and were given the opportunity to play an early portion of the game. Now that there is more news about the game and players are asking, we are no longer enforcing part of the NDA and allowing players to talk about their experiences from the Closed Alpha Test. We’ve heard the community’s requests and want to give players the opportunity to discuss what it’s like to explore Metropolis as Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and King Shark. To the amazing players who have tested the game, please feel free to talk and write about your experience,” the studio wrote.

The goal was clearly to get a reaction from the public to forget the critical tone of the press, but it backfired. The overall picture on Twitter may be positive, but if you look at Reddit and the ResetEra forums, the fanboys were immediately unable to distort the experience. Most liked the gravity-defying transportation, the characterization of the anti-heroes, and the banter between them. Opinions on the combat are more divided, but the most disliked elements were the mission and world design (bland, outdated), as well as the live service model.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be released on February 2 for PlayStation 5, Xbox series and PC.

Source: WCCFTech

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