- Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a live service shooter coming out in February next year.
- The game’s recent “No More Heroes” trailer shows off more of the title, including a boss fight.
- Gauging the trailer, it seems all but one member of the Justice League is under Brainiac’s control.
Despite finding itself spiraled up in controversy, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is looking hot nonetheless, with a fair amount of anticipation to its name. Over three weeks ago, Rocksteady revealed the opening sequence of the third-person shooter, and today, another trailer has uncovered more of Suicide Squad’s plot points. It appears that one member of the League is free from Brainiac’s mind control.
For those not in the know, the Justice League hasn’t gone rogue in the setting of Suicide Squad just because they had a bad day. It’s been said that Brainiac — a super-intelligent being and one of the most prominent villains in the DC universe — is mind-controlling members of the Justice League, turning them against the very Earth they swore to protect.
Well, except for Diana, otherwise known as Wonder Woman, who’s seen in this trailer as someone aware of what’s going on. Amanda Waller, a high-class government agent who runs the Suicide Squad project, speaks to Wonder Woman in an attempt to get her to help Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and co. save the world, but in other sequences shown in the video, she seems to be battling the Squad herself.
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On a side note, though, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League suffered a gameplay leak in recent times, with more than 30 minutes of footage unveiled from the title’s alpha test that showcased multiple aspects of the title’s gameplay. As for the controversy surrounding the project, it’s the live service element that’s not being happily accepted by the community, and apparently, this mechanic will be sticking throughout.
Back in November, Warner Bros. Games released an earnings call in which it clearly expressed what its focus is at the moment. The industry giant is bent on “transforming [their] biggest franchises from largely console and PC based with three-four year release schedules to include more always on gameplay through live services,” thereby making a push for more live service titles.
Suicide Squad has a concrete release date of February 2, 2024, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Pre-orders for the title are live, along with the bonuses they come with.
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