A new report claims that Warner Bros and Rocksteady have delayed Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League once again.
According to Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier, the developers are delaying Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League once again from May to later this year. His source claims that the change in the release date was due to a certain factor when it was showcased last month.
The game was showcased during the PlayStation stream last month and it was poorly received by the fans after they found out that the game would need a constant internet connection. Even if a player would only do single-player mode, the game will still need an online connection for them to play. The backlash was so bad and it seemed its fate was already sealed, but this delay could help them out a bit to hopefully remove this unwanted feature.
The delay has also moved the game out of a crowded release window. Around May, a few big titles will be released like The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, Diablo 4, and Final Fantasy XVI. It would be unwise to launch together with these titles.
Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League gets delayed to later this year. No specific date was revealed. It will be available on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.