Warner Bros. has once again postponed the release of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. The game is based on a comic book series of the same name. Is being developed by Rocksteady, a London-based studio. Originally scheduled for release in 2022, the launch was delayed to May 2023. However, according to a Bloomberg report. The game’s release has been pushed back further, and it will not be available for some time. The game is a multiplayer action-adventure shooter, with the option of a solo mode.
The delay is primarily to polish the game rather than to make major changes to its core gameplay. According to the report, the title will now be released “later this year.” During the recent State of Play event. The developers showcased the world of the Arkhamverse and provided a glimpse of the RPG style. Players can choose to play as one of four antiheroes from the franchise: Deadshot, Harley Quinn, King Shark, and Captain Boomerang.
However, some gamers were disappointed to learn that Suicide Squad follows a Game as a Service (GaaS) model, where most of the revenue is generated from in-game purchases and subscriptions, rather than the upfront cost. Despite the backlash, the developers still intend to release it as a GaaS.