Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier (Jason Schreier) and Windows Central Editor Jez Corden (Jez Corden) announced that the co-op adventure action game Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is waiting for another postponement.
Keep in mind that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League was announced for 2022, but the game was pushed back to 2023. At The Game Awards 2022 last December, the project was given May 26, 2023 as the exact release date.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is now being pushed back to later in 2023, according to Schreier and Corden’s whistleblowers. The Windows Central Editor mentioned “about the fourth quarter” (from October to December).
The reason for the renewed delay is the negative reaction to the February show. Viewers smashed the project for elements of game services: micropayments with cosmetic items, requiring a permanent connection to the Internet, and so on.
The source who spoke to Schreyer is directly familiar with the issue and assures that the transfer is necessary primarily to fix bugs and highlight delayed elements, not to refactor the concept.
In other words, the developers of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will not change the core gameplay elements that have drawn criticism from the community during overtime.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is being made for PC (Steam, EGS), PS5, Xbox Series X and S. According to the plot, the Suicide Squad must save the world from the Justice League, whose members are controlled by the supervillain Brainiac.