Suicide Squad To Feature An Iconic DC Villain In The Future

Rocksteady's Community Manager has also shed light on the title's end-game.

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  • Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a new live service shooter hitting shelves early next month.
  • What appears to be possibly the game’s DLC has been recently teased in a new post on Discord.
  • The DLC revolves around Joker—Batman’s archnemesis and an iconic villain in the DC universe. 

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is something that’s everyone talking about these days, though not always in the most respectful of manner. The title’s release is still about a month out, but the devs over at the game’s Discord keep pushing updates whenever they get the chance. A recent post on the platform by Darroch Brown, Rocksteady’s Community Manager, lets out a tease of what appears to be an iconic DC villain.

One last thing before we go. Since we just finished talking about our endgame, here’s a tease for something that might come even later. See you soon!” said Darroch before promptly uploading the following image. 

Lo and behold a telltale theme of Batman’s archrival and one of the best villains the DC Comics has ever produced—The Joker a.k.a Jack Napier. What’s interesting here is the presence of Harley Quinn right in front of the Joker-infused building, which signals the lore between the two characters. Both Harley and Joker have a lot of history together, as both of them have been in a relationship with each other.  

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Joker Tease
Rocksteady Teasing Joker in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

Now, as far as my memory recalls it, Joker died in the epilogue of Batman: Arkham City, the 2011-released open-world action title by Rocksteady Studios, so I’m not sure how exactly the developers plan on bringing him back. Voicing the same concern on the post as this news found itself over on Reddit, one Redditor replied, “Death is only an inconvenience for popular DC characters.”


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In other news, a Rocksteady dev going by the username of RS_Axel has cast a lens on the title’s end-game section as well in recent times, which is when you beat the main story and are left with other things to tend to in the open-world setting of Suicide Squad. 

After you’ve completed the main story, End Game is a huge, constantly evolving and challenging experience for you to put your skills to the test.” They continue, “Our core philosophy for End Game was, essentially, Mastery. Mastery of your character, traversal, Talents, enemy types, mission mechanics and, of course, your choice of build. And as the difficulty increases, you will have to find new builds to overcome the challenge. That’s why we have three distinct Tiers of Infamy Sets in End Game, all themed around an iconic DC character. For launch, that character is Bane, and his Infamy Sets are all themed around different ways of dominating your enemies and harnessing the chaos around you.” 

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League rears its head on February 2, 2024, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Feel free to take a look at the game’s PC specs that Rocksteady recently unveiled. 

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