Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive is delayed again Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, according to a new insider report. While this claim has yet to be officially confirmed, it comes from the same source that correctly predicted it earlier Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League The release date is postponed to 2023.
DC Comics promises a Suicide Squad game for nearly 15 years now, while its parent company first teased it at the end Batman: Arkham Origins, a 2013 action-adventure game developed by WB Games Montreal. After this particular project was reportedly canceled by 2016, Rocksteady Studios has announced Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League after four years.
After having already pulled the new one Suicide squad Bloomberg reports with reference to an insider familiar with the matter. This was the last time the publisher publicly announced it Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be released on May 26. This new delay will reportedly push the game to launch later in 2023, likely in the second half, given that Warner Bros. to become official shortly after it happens, as delaying a previously announced release without a new date so close to launch is unlikely to sit well with fans.
Fan backlash is believed to be the main cause of this internal delay. Following the release of Sony’s February State of Play broadcast Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League DLC plans, many consumers have criticized the game’s aggressive monetization and persistent online usage requirements online. The fact that this newly reported delay hasn’t yet been paired with a new target release date raises the possibility that some of these controversial elements could be reworked, meaning Rocksteady is currently looking into how long that will take.
Despite the public backlash caused by the game’s February reveal, some DC fans still have high hopes for Rocksteady Studios’ next project. Not least because of that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has Kevin Conroy’s Batmanthus already cementing a footnote in history as the last voiceover for this character by the legendary voice actor, who died in November 2022 at the age of 66. His distinguished career also included many collaborations with game developers, starting with The Adventures of Batman and Robina 1994 action platformer series for the Sega CD.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League in development for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X.
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