Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League delayed to 2023

We will have to wait to play Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League since the game has been postponed to 2023 according to information from Bloomberg. Rocksteady, which develops the game, and Warner Bros, which publishes it, declined to comment.

Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League

A postponement to 2023 for the game Suicide Squad

The first announcement of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League dates back to 2020. The presentation took place during the DC FanDome. The release date announced so far was 2022, without further details. But it takes extra time for development, hence finally arriving in 2023.

Several other major video game projects from Warner Bros. were also postponed. Titles based on Harry Potter (Hogwarts Legacy: Hogwarts Legacy), Batman (Gotham Knights) and a LEGO version of Star Wars were all planned for 2021, but were delayed to 2022 due to production issues caused by the pandemic and other development difficulties. Warner Bros originally said that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League would also be released in 2022.

Recently, Jason Kilar, the Managing Director of Warner Media, tweeted that this year’s release schedule will include “the availability of a full list of highly anticipated games”. He had listed a few titles, but not Suicide Squad. We understand why now.

As a reminder, Rocksteady developed the Batman Arkham games. His last game dates back to 2015, it was Batman: Arkham Knight.

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