Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League’s Potential Pre-Order Bonus Surfaces Online

Comic-accurate, among other things.

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  • Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is a soon-to-launch action-adventure title in superhero flavor by Rocksteady Studios with a launch date scheduled for May 26. 2023. 
  • The game recently had a costume set DLC item appear for it online, which has been rumored to be part of its pre-order bonus that players would receive upon the third-person shooter’s release.
  • The costume set seemingly belongs to the Suicide Squad’s first comic appearance together. 
  • Rocksteady’s looter-shooter just had a 6-minute co-op gameplay-centric video uploaded on YouTube as well, showcasing various gameplay elements, such as flight and shooter mechanics. 

In light of a recent tweet by ArkhamVideos on Twitter, a “first look” at a new costume set for the Suicide Squad in Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League has surfaced online. This costume will allegedly be a part of the game’s pre-order bonus, and might not be unlocked through any other means.

To talk about the costume set at hand, the skins represent the first appearances of the Suicide Squad characters, which are Deadshot, Harley Quinn, King Shark, and Captain Boomerang. This quadruple team of misfits is on a quest to do quite the contrary to what their persona is generally received as.

Other than that, though, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League was recently rated in Singapore by the IMDA and was marked M for Mature. The rating has gone on to reveal gory details related to the game, sporting the sorts of decapitation, lots and lots of corpses with missing limbs, and more. 

To address the elephant in the room, Rocksteady’s latest venture in the Batman: Arkham series hasn’t been receiving a lot of love lately. Forbes calls its live service hell and rightfully so, given the initial impressions that the game has set for the world, whereas others are just flat-out disappointed with how the title looks and feels. 

The fact that you will require a constant internet connection for Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, even if you wish to play offline, is a considerable bummer. As for multiple various facets of the title’s gameplay, things point toward the same style as Marvel’s Avengers, which, unluckily, couldn’t live up to meet a good fate

In recent times, the game’s co-op gameplay just dropped, and you can catch a glimpse of it ahead. Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League truly does put the co-op in co-op play, since there’s no way to genuinely enjoy the game alone. If you want to ride solo, you’ll still see your companies get taken up by AI bots to fill their spaces.

YouTube video

The sob story doesn’t end there. One of the reasons that the title is getting bashed for the GaaS model that it adopts is because of a Battle Pass addition to the title that was spotted earlier. The leaked photo has been removed as of now, but you can still see the “Battle Pass” tab in the in-game main menu. 

Rocksteady has had a terrific history with the Batman Arkham series, so their very next game in the franchise being a looter-shooter does raise eyebrows as to not following up on the formula that did so well in terms of sales and critical appeal alike. 

The title could very well turn out shattering all flagging expectations, with its questionable parts not coming across as bad as we initially think. That said, things don’t look too solid given the current state of the third-person shooter, and only time will tell whether we have another Marvel’s Avengers on the cards here.   

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League launches on May 26, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC. 

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