Two weeks after release the online peak of Suicide Squad
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Two weeks after release, the online peak of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League on Steam dropped to the level of Batman: Arkham Knight

The cooperative action movie Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League from Rocksteady was released just a couple of weeks ago, and is already less popular than the eight-year-old Batman: Arkham Knight from the same developers.

  Image source: Steam (Kizaru)

Image source: Steam (Kizaru)

As the portal noted PCGamesNlast weekend Batman: Arkham Knight caught up and overtook Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League in terms of peak online on Steam – we are talking about both momentary and daily indicators.

At the time of publication in Batman: Arkham Knight and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League play 1.9 thousand and 1.6 thousand Steam users, respectively. In terms of peak online per day, the new product is also behind – 5.0 thousand versus 4.8 thousand.

  Image source: SteamDB

Image source: SteamDB

It is worth noting that the release of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League spurred the peak online of Batman: Arkham Knight on Steam – now significantly more people are playing Arkham Knight than before February 2.

As a service game, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is designed to keep users’ attention for as long as possible. This is not happening yet, but the start of the first season in March should bring people back to the project.

  Kill the Justice League has four seasons planned with free content (Image source: Steam)

Kill the Justice League has four seasons planned with free content (Image source: Steam)

The maximum peak online for the Steam version of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League occurred at its launch – 13.46 thousand people. This is twice as bad as Batman: Arkham Knight (27.4 thousand), not to mention other superhero games.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League was released on February 2 on PC (Steam, EGS), PS5, Xbox Series X and S. The game received mixed ratings in the specialized press (59-65% on Metacritic), but on Steam reviews are so far “very positive” “

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