Warner Bros. is expected to announce that Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League will be postponed to 2023, marking the second postponement.
Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League has received some bad news. According to information obtained by Bloomberg, the game developed by Rocksteady (Batman Arkham) and produced by Warner Bros. Games will be delayed yet again, this time for a year, with a release date set for 2023. This is according to internal development sources.
Is Suicide Squad Killing the Justice League still on hold?
The game is an open-world action-adventure shooter set in Metropolis a few years after the events of the Batman Arkham series. It is in development for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X / S.
Suicide Squad Kill is based on the comic of the same name. The Justice League will give you complete control over one of the four protagonists: Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and King Shark, as they embark on a mission to save the Earth and defeat the Justice League. Due to the nature of the production, there is also a four-player online co-op mode.
The game was originally slated for 2021, before being pushed back to the current new year. It was first announced in 2020, along with Gotham Knights remaining confirmed for 2022. Now comes word that there will be yet another postponement, this time to 2023: the sources have not yet revealed the reasons for this decision.
As a result, we expect to learn more in the coming days, with a press release from those directly involved clarifying the project’s fate.
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