Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League developer Rocksteady has revealed a new look at its upcoming live-action game, revealing more of the story that pits the infamous Task Force X against their heroic counterparts.
As seen in previous trailers, Suicide Squad takes place after the Justice League launches an ill-fated attack on Braniac and ends up being mind-controlled, giving the alien super-genius a major tactical advantage in his assault on Metropolis .
How to stop several walking weapons of mass destruction? By calling in a team of black ops supervillains to take down the heroes and put their necks on the line if they want to get early parole.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has experienced several delays since it was first announced, and was originally scheduled to launch in May. In April, Rocksteady announced that the game had been delayed for several months, until February 2, 2024.
Very little was seen of the game over the years of development, with the last major gameplay showcase being an extended gameplay demo from the February 2023 State of Play broadcast for PlayStation.
This is where the game’s live service elements were shown in greater detail, and although this video received negative attention, Warner Bros. sees a lucrative opportunity to double down on these online elements.
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