Warner has reportedly delayed the release of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League yet again.
The game developed by Rocksteady will therefore no longer appear in May.
It’s not official yet
Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier reports on the postponement, citing an anonymous source. It says the game will be released “later this year”.
Jez Corden writes something similar Windows Central. He’s heard that Suicide Squad is now scheduled to be released around the fourth quarter.
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Suicide Squad was presented in detail at Sony’s State of Play last month. However, the reactions were partly restrained, the uninspired action and live service elements including Battle Pass with cosmetic objects were criticized.
According to Schreier, however, it is not to be expected that there will be any major changes in this regard. The additional time will probably be invested in further fine-tuning of the game. One reason for the delay could be to avoid other big titles coming out around May: Diablo 4, Final Fantasy 16, and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
There has been no official confirmation so far.
For what it’s worth, a delay like this is mainly for polish, not to overhaul the core gameplay that caused the backlash. Suicide Squad started off as a Game as a Service and will remain one short of a complete reboot, which would require a much longer delay
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) March 9, 2023
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