Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League By Rocksteady has supposedly been Delayed

The release of Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been pushed back from May to “later this year” by Warner Bros.

Release for Suicide Squad, a canonical sequel to Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Knight that can be played solo or with up to three others, is set for 2022. Warner Bros. decided in March to delay the release until “spring” 2023 so that they could create the “greatest game we can.”

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Delay
                                                      Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Delay

As this year got underway, Warner Bros. was finally ready to announce a 26th May release for Suicide Squad. Still, a new report from Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier, citing an anonymous source familiar with the matter, claims the publisher is now ditching that date in favor of a new launch “later this year.”

Windows Central’s Jez Corden made similar claims, saying he heard Suicide Squad might be pushed back as far as “Q4-ish”.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Delay
                                              Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Delay

During last month’s PlayStation State of Play, we got a long look at Suicide Squad, and fans weren’t exactly ecstatic. Many complained about the game’s lackluster action and the live-service trappings, such as the game’s focus on cosmetics through its battle pass.

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However, Schreier argues that the delay is “primarily for polish” rather than to rework basic gameplay.

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Given the positive reception, Warner Bros. will likely want to push the game’s release date further away from the packed May/June release line-up, which includes titles like Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Diablo 4, and Final Fantasy 16.

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