Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Reportedly Released in 2023

The hatching of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be postponed until next year, according to a report by Bloomberg. The game, which is being made by Rocksteady (the studio behind Batman Arkham Asylum, Cityand Knight), should be released sometime in 2022 Game’s Twitter account still lists the release date as 2022 in his bio, but if Bloomberg points out, a tweet from the CEO of WarnerMedia about the company’s 2022 game lineup not included Kill the Justice League.

It’s a somewhat odd delay, considering the first gameplay trailer was just released in December and the game looked like it was almost done. However, as we’ve seen, making a game during a pandemic is tough, and most high-profile games on the horizon have pushed release dates back at least once.

However, Warner Bros., the publisher of Suicide Squad, won’t go an entire year without a major game release. The last we heard is that it (also DC theme) Gotham Knights is still set to release sometime in 2022 after it was originally slated to be released in 2021. The company also plans to release the Harry Potter theme Hogwarts Legacy this year, which also had its own delays.

Warner Bros. Games didn’t respond right away The edge‘s request for comment.

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