Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has reportedly been postponed from May until about Q4 of 2023, according to Windowscentral’s Jez Corden.
Hearing Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is grabbing a delay from May to Q4-ish 2023.
— Jez (@JezCorden) March 9, 2023
In a subsequent tweet, Corden stated that despite seeking “hard confirmation,” he was “pretty convinced on this one” (the delay).
Following its gameplay preview at Sony’s latest State of Play in February, the game received intense internet criticism. The main targets of criticism were the announcement of a Battle Pass system and the game’s requirement for an online connection for the single-player portion of the experience.
The next action-adventure game, which is set five years after the events of Batman: Arkham Knight, was created by Rocksteady Studios. According to Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, “Because of the premise, you have a game where any of the key characters can theoretically die, and it’s not a stunt,” the game was first revealed to be in production in July 2010. That might lead to a really interesting tale. through Kotaku
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Jason Schreier of Bloomberg has verified Corden’s assertions. Industry insider Jeff Grubb later claimed on the Games Mess podcast that the postponement had been moved until 2024.