Suicide Squad’s 2024 Roadmap Reveals Ample Free In-Game Content

Things kick off in March when the Joker makes landfall for the squad of misfits.

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  • Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is Rocksteady’s latest entry in the iconic Batman: Arkham franchise.
  • The title has received a roadmap plan in recent times for the remainder of the year, and it’s loaded.
  • The first season of the game begins in March 2024 and welcomes the Joker as the first added character.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has all eyes on it, as the live service shooter by Rocksteady Studios is slated for a release early next month. As the developer has outed yet another episode of its Suicide Squad Insider series on YouTube, the official X (formerly Twitter) account of the title has posted a new roadmap plan for the remainder of the year 2024, detailing what players can expect going forward.

Suicide Squad's 2024 Roadmap
Suicide Squad’s 2024 Roadmap

Apparently, there’s quite a bit to unfold here in not just the first seasonal wave of content, but also the future segments of Suicide Squad as well, namely seasons 2-4. For starters, the game will receive a new character in the name of the Joker in March, which is when season 1 kicks off for Suicide Squad. Alongside that, a swath of added stuff will follow, including DC-themed gear, weapons, Riddler content, episodes, extra activities, a new playable environment, and more. 

Oh, and Rocksteady says all of this will be free, but that’s obviously only at the start. Don’t expect things to remain that way as you move ahead. It’s already known Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will have a Battle Pass — something customary for live service titles as part of their monetization model — so the outlined seasons 2-4 could feature stuff here and there that could only be acquired by pulling out your credit card. 


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On a side note, though, a recently uploaded developer video for the game has gone in-depth regarding some of Suicide Squad’s core principles. For starters, the title will feature the concept of the “Elseworlds” — alternate realities born through the various experiments of Brainiac with DC characters’ DNA. The aforementioned Joker who will be becoming a part of the squad is an Elseworlds figure too. Take a look at all that yourself below.

YouTube video

It’s fairly interesting to see how things are about to unfold on this front because player and critic impressions now don’t look too solid after Rocksteady decided to lift the NDA of the game’s closed alpha. Some praised the storyline, while others criticized the shallow world of Suicide Squad. Things could be subject to change once the full game comes out, we’ve always got hope to cling on to. 

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be launched globally on February 2, 2024, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. It was initially announced in 2021 at a DC event, and thus goes on to feature Kevin Conroy’s last Batman performance posthumously. 

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