Warner Bros. Games and developer Rocksteady Studios reportedly postponed Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League yet again.
Originally planned for 2022, the game was then moved to 2023 and is currently scheduled to launch in May. Although WB Games has not yet confirmed the delay of the project, a reliable source has said that a formal announcement will come soon.
According to a new report by Bloomberg, in fact, Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League has in fact been internally postponed to an undefined date later this year.
As for the reason for this delay, it appears that the change coincided with feedbacks negatives of the fans after the last, important presentation of the project during the recent State of Play.
This information would come from a reliable source with “first-hand knowledge” of the game. Just below, in fact, the tweet of the always well-informed Jason Schreier.
Assuming this delay ends up being confirmed by the developers and the US publisher (which could happen as early as next few hours), we remind you that the Rocksteady team does not publish games of a certain importance since Batman Arkham Knight, which was released way back in 2015.
NEWS: Warner Bros and Rocksteady have delayed Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League once again, from May to later this year, according to a person familiar. A showcase of the game during a PlayStation stream last month was poorly received by fans https://t.co/R6gzNaftAv
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) March 9, 2023
Anyway, Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League – expected on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S consoles, as well as on the PC platform – The game will allow you to follow the raids of the Suicide Squad, offering an experience in which you will roam Metropolis playing as Harley Quinn, King Shark, Captain Boomerang and Deadshot, and it was recently ranked in Singapore (and it looks like it’s going to be a really violent game).
But that’s not all: Batman Arkham Asylum Remake should be the game with which to relaunch the Dark Knight in the video game universe, at least according to what was announced by fans in the last few days.
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