Thu. Nov 30th, 2023


Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has taken quite some time to come out. And while it is still officially scheduled to release on May 26, a new report has alleged that it won’t make that date.

According to a new report from Bloomberg (which accurately reported on its previous delay), the live service shooter is being pushed from May to some unspecified time later in the year. One of the sources in the article explains that this delay is mostly to improve certain underwhelming aspects of the game and fix bugs. The gameplay itself isn’t being overhauled, as that would take much longer.

Said gameplay was widely criticized after the game’s big splash at the recent PlayStation State of Play. Many decried the live service elements and abundance of shooting. Addressing those concerns would undoubtedly take more than a few months, which explains why Bloomberg’s source said the delay was more about polishing the game.

Batman: Arkham Knight Deserves a Remaster After Gotham Knights' Failure

Gotham Knights was an utter disappointment from nearly every angle. While it was a failure on its own merits, it…

Rocksteady Studios last title, Batman: Arkham Knight, released in June 2015. This delay, if accurate, means it’ll have taken the studio over eight years to put out its next project.

By Dave Jenks

Dave Jenks is an American novelist and Veteran of the United States Marine Corps. Between those careers, he’s worked as a deckhand, commercial fisherman, divemaster, taxi driver, construction manager, and over the road truck driver, among many other things. He now lives on a sea island, in the South Carolina Lowcountry, with his wife and youngest daughter. They also have three grown children, five grand children, three dogs and a whole flock of parakeets. Stinnett grew up in Melbourne, Florida and has also lived in the Florida Keys, the Bahamas, and Cozumel, Mexico. His next dream is to one day visit and dive Cuba.