Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League May Have Been Delayed To 2024
Warner Bros Games and Rocksteady Studios’ Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League may have been delayed to the year 2024.
During the latest episode of Game Mess Decides, Jeff Grubb mentioned that he’s heard that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been delayed to the year 2024. According to him, he received this information from a very reliable source.
On the topic of whether Rocksteady Studios may be looking to rethink the game’s progression-based looter shooter design fundamentals, Grubb speculated that making such changes would require around 2-3 years, and that developers are required to deliver their game in a reasonable amount of time.
Grubb said that it’s likely that the game Rocksteady have feels “rotten” to most people, and perhaps the development team is looking to re-balance and retool the gameplay to lessen and streamline the looter shooter elements in favor of more well-received elements. According to him, this seems like a more feasible goal for the studio to achieve within a one year time frame i.e. by sometime in 2024.
One of the aspects of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League that has not been received well by fans is that the game will only be playable online, even when playing in single-player. According to the FAQ available on the game’s official site, an internet connection is required to play solo or via online co-op, as the game will only run when played online.
A persistent online connection is, therefore, required for both single player and co-op modes in Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League. On Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, players will be required to have an Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription in order to play in co-op, while those playing on PS5 will be required to have either of a PS Plus Essential, Extra, and Premium subscription.