A new report claims that Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League live service features will NOT be removed at all and will only be polished.
Last week, it was reported by Bloomberg that Warner Bros Games has delayed the game from its currently announced May 2023 release date to the second half of the same year. In another report, it was claimed by reporter Jeff Grubb that his source said the game may not even launch until 2024.
Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier has now reported that the extra development time will be used to polish the game only and will not touch the live service elements at all. It will stay the same instead of getting changed or removing them completely.
“Rocksteady has not yet announced the Suicide Squad delay, perhaps because there’s still no new date,
Schreier said. “Staff were told a few weeks ago it’s coming later this year but they still don’t know when. Possible it slips to 2024, but one thing seems certain: The core game isn’t changing.”
Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League is controversial because of its live service feature and the constant internet connection for both solo or online co-op gameplay. Many players did not like these additions especially the constant internet connection as players who would be offline will not be able to play it.
Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League is officially launching on May 26, 2023 but it is most likely to be delayed to 2024. It will be available on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.