Well, it looks like Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is delaying their release until next year at the time of this writing. At least, that is what it appears to be.
Suicide Squad: Taking a Year-Long Break?
Bloomberg recently released some new info in an article strongly suggesting that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League would have its release delayed until 2023. Admittedly, they don’t actually have an official word of the delay. However, the evidence seems to be pretty strong.
According to Bloomberg, Warner Media Chief Executive Officer Jason Kilar posted on Twitter last week the release schedule for 2022 will include “delivering of a full slate of highly anticipated games”. Included in this Tweet were logos for Hogwarts Legacy and Gotham Knights. Curiously though, the logo for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League was MIA. Now, this could possibly be just an oversight on Warner Media’s part that they will fix soon. However, it could also be a very deliberate detail since this is an official Tweet from Warner Media’s executive officer. Either way, let’s hope they clarify that soon enough.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League ~ Details
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is an upcoming action-adventure video game from Rocksteady Studios. You may recognize the developer as being responsible for the award-winning Batman: Arkham games. In fact, this Suicide Squad game will be their first new game in 6 (or 7, assuming the delay is real) years, following the release of Batman: Arkham VR back in 2016. That game got the “Best VR Game” award from the Game Critics Awards, so that should tell you of the quality work Rocksteady puts into their games.
So yeah, it seems like Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is in good hands here, developer-wise. Now all that’s left is to actually play the game when it comes out. Let’s hope it doesn’t get any more delays.