Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Goes Into Maintenance An Hour After Launch

The maintenance is expected to last for several hours.

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  • Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League goes into maintenance shortly after release.
  • The maintenance is expected to last for hours.
  • Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is currently available to play for Deluxe Edition owners as of January 30.

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League goes into several hours-long maintenance on launch day due to players experiencing issues upon logging into the game for the first time. According to the game’s official Twitter/X account, the issue caused the players to have full story completion upon launching the game.

Rocksteady Studios will be performing server maintenance to resolve the issues, and it is expected to take hours. The devs assured the fans that they would update the players with more information later on, and apologized for the inconvenience caused. Prior to the maintenance, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League was already out in New Zealand where it’s currently January 30.

The maintenance would likely be over after the game releases for Deluxe Edition owners in other parts of the world as the date hits January 30. For now, players will be unable to play the live-service title as long as the server maintenance is ongoing. However, experiencing a bug like that on launch day where everyone is excited to take part in the story mode isn’t an ideal launch situation for a game.

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League gameplay.
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League gameplay.

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Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is an action-shooter live-service title, developed by Rocksteady Studios and published by Warner. Bros. Games. The title is set to officially release on February 2, but Deluxe Edition owners can play the game as of January 30. The live-service title is available to play on Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, and PC.

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