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Comparison with Batman: Arkham Knight, Early Access and different play styles: Leak reveals new details about Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

It looks like Rocksteady’s co-op action-adventure Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is gearing up for a new presentation. User Ritual_Owl from the Reddit forum divided Details about the game’s yet-to-be-released trailer.

    Image source: Warner Bros. Games

Image source: Warner Bros. Games

Statements from an unknown source usually do not deserve attention, but Reddit moderators vouched for Ritual_Owl – the user provided the forum administration with enough evidence to convince them of the reliability of their data.

According to Ritual_Owl, he was able to watch the non-final (for internal use) version of the new Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League trailer for an unknown trade show.

    Ritual_Owl has not provided any footage from the upcoming trailer

Ritual_Owl has not provided any footage from the upcoming trailer

The trailer emphasizes the ability to play in your own style (each character controls and fights differently), and the passage is available in online co-op and single-player modes with switching between heroes.

The video also mentions dynamic changes in weather and time of day, the size of Metropolis (twice the size of Gotham from Batman: Arkham Knight), and at least a year of post-launch support (new characters and missions).

    Ritual_Owl's profile was deleted shortly after data about the game was released

Ritual_Owl’s profile was deleted shortly after data about the game was released

According to Ritual_Owl, the standard edition of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League costs £70 (extra costumes), while the deluxe edition costs just £100 (three days of early access, Battle Pass points and bonus skins).

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be released on February 2, 2024 on PC (Steam, EGS), PS5, Xbox Series and so on.

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