Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Reportedly Delayed

To new report by Jason Schreier from BloombergWB Games and Rocksteadys Justice League: Kill the Suicide Squad has been pushed back to the second half of 2023 following the reaction to the recent gameplay showcase.

By any measure, the footage shown during Sony’s latest “State of Play” didn’t look very appealing, and fans have been vocal about their concerns about the quality of the final game.

Another big theme in the minds of gamers is the online request that suicide squad has. While this makes sense for the game’s four-player co-op mode, the official FAQ for Kill the Justice League revealed that even for single player gameplay, an online connection would need to be active. These two factors likely caused WB Games to pause, which contributed to the possible delay.

That is highly unlikely the battle pass system what is included is dropped, but there is clearly a lot to be said against it suicide squad at the moment. With that in mind, it seems plausible that we won’t see the game until the second half of 2023. Given that, it becomes even more possible shaky say that Gotham Knights started in, even if that comes from a different developer.

For now, WB Games and Rocksteady have not provided any official confirmation of the Bloomberg story and have not responded to the publication’s requests for comment. We’ll likely hear updates on the state of sooner rather than later Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. The game is currently slated for a May 2023 release on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S.

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