In August of the year 2020, the new coop action game Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League by Rocksteady Studios was officially announced. According to Publisher Warner Bros, the game should be located in the same universe as the Batman: Arkham games, and playing in an Open World Metropolis.

In December last year, we received a new gameplay trailer as well as a few new details on the title, which should have been published in 2022 as part of the Game Awards 2021.


According to a new report by Bloomberg, however, the game was allegedly postponed next year . The report does not show why the new coop game should now be published in 2023, but Suicide Squad would not be the only game from the DC universe, which could not comply with its original release date. The Open World Action RPG Gotham Knights was also moved to this year in 2021.

‘Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’ reportedly delayed into 2023
Warner Bros himself has not yet expressed a possible shift, so it may not be problems in the development or the like. Instead, the publisher simply could not want to publish two co-op titles with open world in the Batman universe in the same year.

Shifts are always a bit disappointing, but at least the Publisher Warner Bros with Hogwarts Legacy and Gotham Knights remain two hot-expected titles that will be published this year. Incidentally, the latter recently received a new trailer that reveals the story of the game.

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