It’ll be a while before any killing actually gets done because Warner Bros. and Rocksteady have announced that Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League will be delayed to 2023.
The announcement was made over socials by director Sefton Hill, saying that the team has made the difficult decision to delay the game and, while frustrating, will give them a chance to make it the best game they can. No reason was given for the delay, although it might be safe to assume that it could be COVID-related.
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Delays aren’t new in this day and age, as some of the biggest titles have been pushed back to allow for more time from the respective studios to provide further polish to the game.
Meanwhile, on to other Warner Bros. properties, Gotham Knights will be aiming for an October 2022 release date.
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League will launch in Spring 2023 for the PS5, Xbox Series, and PC.