Kill the Justice League will undergo closed alpha playtesting at the end of November

Despite its gameplay debut and Snorlax successfully performing a high jump, games from WB Games and Rocksteady Suicide Squad: kill the Justice League moves on – despite broken femurs. And maybe you can try Suicide Squad later this month during a closed alpha playtest, you can sign up now.

The closed Suicide Squad the playtest will begin next week. WB Games sent out the invitation earlier today, allowing some to register in advance. The test begins on November 30 at 6:00 a.m. PT and ends on December 4 at midnight PST. Warner Bros. declares in the invitation that the Suicide Squad The playtest includes a “smaller, specific section of the campaign” and “will not be representative of the full/final experience.”

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Who can join the Suicide Squad a game test?

According to the invitation, the technical test is open to a “limited audience”. You can sign up and choose a platform, which includes PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC (via Steam). But you’ll need to sign an NDA to participate, which prohibits you from sharing any images, screenshots, videos, or printouts. As usual with closed testing, a watermark will be superimposed on your gameplay intended to prevent people from sharing anything.

The test is of course being prepared Suicide Squad: kill the Justice League for its big launch next year. Rocksteady’s next action game was supposed to be released last May. It was hit by a massive delay, pushing it back to February 2, 2024 (so far). The delay notice came out shortly after the gameplay trailer was revealed during Sony’s State of Play. It was unclear whether the unenthusiastic reactions were the cause of the delay, but it seemed like people were more cautious about the game’s apparent live service features.

Either way, some players will be able to experience the game for the first time in just over a week. Hopefully this delay will bear fruit. Personally, I’m somewhat interested in trying out the game and seeing what I can do as Captain Boomerang armed with his iconic shotgun.

Cameron Woolsey

A freelance writer, Cam has been playing games for decades and writing about them for about 15 years. It specializes in action RPGs, shooters, and brawlers, but will always devote some time to indie games and classics.

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