Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League will be playable free for a limited period.
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League remains roughly three months away from being officially launched and yet there have already been concerns voiced over its quality. With its limited playable availability set for launch date on September 15, we hope these fears can be alleviated quickly.
Fans were left dismayed upon seeing gameplay footage for Rocksteady Studios’ game earlier this month; many labelling it as an absolute disaster while other critics wondered how these devs behind Batman: Arkham Trilogy could create such an anticlimactic sequel, especially given that this new chapter promises an expanded map larger than ever seen before in Batman: Arkham franchise games. Harsh words indeed given all their dedication towards detail during development of Batman Arkham franchise titles like Arkham Knight.
Warner Bros. Games recently unveiled that they will conduct a Closed Alpha Tech Test from 30 November through 4 December for Rocksteady and WB Games’ DC-inspired title, entitled Injustice 2. Apparently this “extremely confidential” closed testing will allow Rocksteady and WB Games to gather feedback from individuals with hands-on experience during these testing periods.
Signing up can increase their chance of selection; those selected must, however, sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement). Again, Warner Bros has shown their concern by warning anyone breaking an NDA will face legal consequences; no one should tempt fate!
Rocksteady and WB Games have provided no further updates regarding this title to fans yet; any further announcements should appear on its official website. Now all that remains is to wait for its anticipated launch on 2 Feb 2024 (though given past delays it remains to be seen whether this release date can hold).