Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Delayed Again Following Fan Backlash of Service Elements, Always-Online Requirement

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Rocksteady Studios launched a new co-op gameplay trailer for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League last month that suggested the genre-defying, action-adventure third-person shooter would be out on May 26, 2023, but it appears that plan has changed. According to sources with Bloomberg, Warner Bros. Games (publisher) has decided to delay Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League once again, pushing it from that spring date, although no specifics were given aside from the indication that the superhero game should finally be out later this year. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is now merely listed as “coming soon” on Steam, where’s it’s available for wishlisting.

From a Bloomberg report:

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, a multiplayer shooter game starring a group of comic book anti-heroes, was originally planned for release in 2022 until it slipped to 2023 early last year. Last fall, London-based developer Rocksteady Studios said it would be out May 26. The new release date was not yet clear.

Suicide Squad was showcased during a PlayStation event in February but received criticism from fans due to its service elements, such as purchasable cosmetics and a requirement to play online.

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