Well, it seems that we’ll have to wait a bit longer more before we finally get to play Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. How much longer, you might ask? Well, let’s find out, shall we?

Suicide Squad Taking Some More R&R Before the Big Day

'Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League' delay announcement image on Twitter.
Bummer. Let’s hope they make good use of that extra time though.

The official Twitter account for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is probably not proud to announce that the game will receive yet another delay in the release date. For how long, you might ask? Well, according to that Twitter announcement (which you can also see in the image above): the game now has a release date of February 2, 2024. Previously, the release date was May 26, 2023; but as you can plainly see: it’s no longer valid. Even worse, it’s a release date shift of nearly 9 months.

So why this release delay? Well, according to developer Rocksteady Studios in that same announcement, they made this “tough but necessary” decision in order to “take the time needed to work on getting the game to be the best quality experience for players”. In other words: they need more development time to get the game working. It’s a perfectly understandable reason, to be honest. The last thing Rocksteady Studios want is for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League to have a bug-ridden release. You know, like what Cyberpunk 2077 had, especially for the PS4 and Xbox One? Yeah, the last thing we want is for the game to turn out like that despite all those promising trailers. So yeah, good on Rocksteady Studios to take the time to perfect the game before we play it.

In fact, Rocksteady Studios claims in that same announcement that they have “much more” to share with their audience in the coming months. What does that mean? Well, we’ll just have to find out when the developers share those news. Tune back into THS later to find out more Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League news when we get it.

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