Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Setback – Game Delayed Until 2024

Bad news for Suicide Squad fans: the highly anticipated game, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, has been delayed yet again. The developer, Rocksteady, confirmed on social media that the action-packed game is now set to release on February 2, 2024. The studio cited quality concerns for the delay, promising to deliver the best gaming experience to players.

The Delay Was Not a Surprise

The latest delay announcement did not come as a big surprise to gamers who have been eagerly waiting for the squad’s latest mission. Earlier this year, it was reported that the game might slip to 2024, after initially being scheduled to release at the end of May 2023. It’s worth noting that the game was previously set to release in 2022, but was pushed back a year.

The Gameplay and Reception So Far

In February 2023, fans got a glimpse of what they can expect from the game when it was featured during a PlayStation State of Play broadcast. The broadcast showcased gameplay that some fans didn’t like due to the live-service approach. Despite the backlash, Rocksteady has made it clear that they will continue with their plans.

Kevin Conroy, the late voice actor, will also be featured in the game, reprising his role as Batman for one of his final performances. The story centers around Task Force X, known as the Suicide Squad, being deployed to stop the Justice League after it’s taken over by Brainiac.

Rocksteady’s Response

Rocksteady thanked its fans for their patience and understanding and promised more to come in the following months leading up to the release. Meanwhile, fans took to social media to express their disappointment and call for more updates.

The delay not only affects the game’s release date but could also affect its sales. WB’s first big game of 2023, Hogwarts Legacy, sold 12 million copies and earned $850 million in revenue after the first two weeks of release.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, the latest delay is a blow to the gaming community that have eagerly awaited the game’s release for years. Although it’s not the first time the game has been pushed back, Rocksteady’s decision to prioritize quality is to be appreciated. As we wait for the game’s release, who knows what else Rocksteady has in store for us?


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