Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League disappoints critics with very
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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League disappoints critics, with “very positive” reviews on Steam

A few days after its release, the number of reviews for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League on aggregator sites Metacritic and OpenCritic finally reached double digits. The game’s rating on Steam has also been finalized.

  Image source: Steam (Golden GG)

Image source: Steam (Golden GG)

Let us remind you that the cooperative superhero action game from Rocksteady Studios did not get into the hands of journalists before the launch of the servers, which, as a rule, indicates the publisher’s lack of confidence in the product.

The first assessments of fears confirm: Metacritic There have been over 40 reviews of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League with ratings ranging from 62% (PS5) to 70% (PC). On OpenCritic the picture is similar – 60% (the game is recommended by 29% of critics) and 24 reviews.

Critics of Kill the Justice League were disappointed by its unrealized potential: the plot, characters and gameplay as a whole did not disappoint, but monotonous missions, tedious end-game and other “service” elements drag the game down.

  Metacritic users actively lower the game's rating (image source: Metacritic)

Metacritic users actively lower the game’s rating (image source: Metacritic)

Meanwhile, on Steam the game already has almost 4 thousand “very positive” reviews (86%). Peak online reached 13.46 thousand people, which noticeably worse results of Marvel’s Avengers, Batman: Arkham Knight and other superhero games.

Steam users call Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League quite fun, but even in positive reviews they call wait for discounts or price reductionknocking return to Batman: Arkham and admit that the game not worth $70.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League was released on February 2 on PC (Steam, EGS), PS5, Xbox Series X and S. The first season starts in March and will bring with it the Joker from an alternative universe.

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