Rocksteady's Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Could Be Delayed Until 2023

Rocksteady's Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Could Be Delayed Until 2023

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Richard Walker

According to reports, Rocksteady's forthcoming Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League could end up being pushed into next year. This comes just days after WB Games Montreal offered assurances that Gotham Knights is on course for a 2022 release, and Warner Bros. debunked reports claiming that Hogwart's Legacy could be delayed to 2023.

News of a potential delay to the Arkhamverse-set Suicide Squad comes care of Bloomberg, citing sources “familiar with its development”. The report stops short of a reason for the potential postponement, however, and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment hasn't announced anything official regarding Suicide Squad being pushed into 2023, as yet. It'll be the first game Rocksteady has released since Batman: Arkham Knight in 2015.

Notably, WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar tweeted last week about a “full slate of highly anticipated games” for 2022, leaving out Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, which would, of course, support the report that the game might be coming out next year, possibly missing its planned 2022 launch. For now, watch this space.

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  • I guess if we're getting Gotham Knights, it softens the blow, but there has to be credence to the reports that Rocksteady had several Batman/Arkham universe games that started and stopped production before this became the game they committed to, I don't see how this was an 8 year development cycle.
  • It's been 8 years since Arkham Knight, and somehow we were supposed to get two Batman games in the same year? So the count is OGXbox = 4, 360 = 3, X1 = 1 and none since 2015.
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