Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Killed With Massive Delay

Rocksteady said Kill the Justice League will have to be postponed; because the Suicide Squad game has been delayed for release, until 2023.

You see, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League was supposed to come out in 2022. But quoting from Bloomberg, the developers delayed it until 2023 due to the current pandemic. Apparently, it’s made production difficult, so they have to push it back.

They also say that multiple Warner Bros. games have been hit with the delay hammer. That includes Hogwarts Legacy, Gotham Knights, and LEGO Star Wars. Even LEGO Star Wars was supposed to come out on April 5, but all of them might be delayed.

If you don’t know, players get to control Harley Quinn, Deadshot, King Shark, and Captain Boomerang as they try to kill the Justice League, the almighty group who’s under Brainiac’s mind control. The recent trailers show the squad swinging, jumping, and flying around the city while killing aliens and fighting the Flash. Fans were wondering if it would be like the newest Guardians of the Galaxy or if it would have online multiplayer. Sadly, they’ll have to wait a little longer for that information.

The game was teased in June 2020 and revealed a trailer for the DC FanDome two months later. Fun facts, this game was heavily discussed back when it was still in the year of 2010. Now, it’s almost real, but there needs to be a little bit more time. However, maybe the delay will be denied, and it’ll come out in 2022. We’ll have to see.

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