Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad Game Is Reportedly Being Delayed Until 2023

Rock­steady’s Sui­cide Squad: Kill the Jus­tice League has report­ed­ly been delayed until some­time next year.

This report comes from Jason Schreier of Bloomberg, who cites the news comes from those famil­iar with the game’s devel­op­ment. A spe­cif­ic rea­son for the delay was not giv­en, and Warn­er Bros. (the pub­lish­er) has yet to offi­cial­ly com­ment on this delay allegation.

Warn­er­Me­di­a’s chief exec­u­tive offi­cer Jason Kilar tweet­ed last week that Warn­er would be releas­ing a “full slate of high­ly antic­i­pat­ed games” in 2022. This includes games like the Har­ry Pot­ter RPG Hog­warts Lega­cy and Gotham Knights. Of course, the tweet did not men­tion the Sui­cide Squad.

Sui­cide Squad was announced a few years back in 2020. Rock­steady’s last game, Bat­man: Arkham Knight, released sev­en years in 2015. When Sui­cide Squad is even­tu­al­ly released, play­ers will be able to take on numer­ous roles as vil­lains, as they try to sub­due heroes who have been brain­washed by Braini­ac. A first glimpse at Sui­cide Squad’s game­play was seen at The Game Awards 2021.

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