Bad news for critics of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice LeagueRecent Showcase By: Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier claims Suicide Squad’s core gameplay won’t change despite backlash.

Suicide Squad looks like a great live service game

After a hiatus, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League appeared in the February 2023 PlayStation State of Play, with fans unanimously calling it the worst part of the showcase. From its gameplay to its mechanics to its live service elements, every aspect has been criticized.

Shortly after, Schreier revealed that Suicide Squad had been delayed, and later rumors suggested it could possibly be pushed back to 2024. However, Rocksteady and WB Games have yet to make it official.

In a follow-up tweet yesterday, Schreier reported that even Rocksteady staffers had no idea of ​​a new Suicide Squad release date, despite being told the game would arrive later this year.

That said, Schreier says the one thing “for sure” about Suicide Squad right now is that the core gameplay won’t change. So all that speculation about Rocksteady and WB delaying the game to make changes after the backlash was just that… speculation.

So why the delay, then? It’s probably for the usual polish and bug fixing during the later part of development.

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