Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League. The Rocksteady‘s forthcoming DC game has been postponed until Spring 2023. Following the decision to put the game back Sefton Hill. The creative director and co-founder of Rocksteady, tweeted the news, along with a video of the Squad themselves looking angry.
“We’ve taken the painful choice to postpone Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League to Spring 2023,” Hill writes in a tweet. I understand that a delay is inconvenient, but that time is being invested in developing the finest game possible. I’m looking forward to putting Metropolis’ turmoil together. Thank you so much for your patience.
The official news comes after rumours that the game might be postponed. When Warner-Media’s chief executive officer Jason Kilar tweeted about its impending lineup of 2022 games. He may have tipped his hand as well. Suicide Squad was not present at the moment.
As part of the eponymous government black-ops task group, Suicide Squad features four playable antiheroes. Harley Quinn, Captain Boomerang, King Shark, and Deadshot are all characters from the DC Comics universe. When the extraterrestrial villain Brainiac’s ploy corrupts them in some manner. They’re compelledd to take on the Justice League’s superpowered heroes.
The film Suicide Squad served as the inspiration for the game. Furthermore, it had previously slated for a 2022 release timeframe without a precise date.
Due to the delay, the Suicide Squad game will most likely released nearly eight years. After Rocksteady’s previous big console game, Batman: Arkham Knight. And seven years after its last game, Batman: Arkham VR.
After years of rumours and leaks, Rocksteady has confirmed. That the Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League will released in 2022. Set in the Arkham Game Universe, the game will be an open-world co-op experience for up to four players. Furthermore, the characters were among of my favorites.
Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League has officially delayed to spring 2023. According to an announcement from Rocksteady Games creative director Sefton Hill on Twitter. “We’ve made the difficult decision to delay Kill The Justice League to Spring 2023,” Hill’s tweet reads