Video Games Chronicle Editor-in-Chief Andy Robinson divided allegedly behind-the-scenes details about the situation surrounding a possible postponement of the co-op action-adventure Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.
Keep in mind that Suicide Squad was officially announced on May 26, but late last week, Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier predicted that Rocksteady Studios’ game would be delayed until later this year.
Schreier’s source assured that the delay was primarily necessary to fix bugs and highlight delayed elements, and not to reshape the concept of a game service that caused a negative reaction from fans.
Robinson says he’s heard good things about the game from some of the developers behind Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, especially when compared to Warner Bros.’s superhero action film Gotham Knights. games.
“I’ve been told that this isn’t the second Gotham Knights, the team is optimistic about the combat system, the game world and so on. I will be surprised when they do an overhaul because it sounds very positive.”‘ said Robinson.
Schreier in a recent tweet addedthat Rocksteady himself does not yet know the new release date for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and therefore the official announcement is likely to be delayed. From rumoursCan the game be carried over to 2024?
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.