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    Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Release Date Announced

    Batman is looking even more intimidating than usual.

    Developed by Rocksteady, the studio behind the legendary, critically acclaimed Batman Arkham games, comes Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. In March of this year, it was confirmed that the game would be delayed until the spring of next year. At the 2022 Game Awards, it was confirmed that the game will be launching on May 26, 2023.  A trailer was also shown, revealing the game’s first look at a menacing Batman.

    Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League follows the titular group of anti-heroes as they fight against a corrupted Justice League. The game takes place in the Arkhamverse, placing it alongside all the other Batman Arkhamverse games. Players will follow Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and King Shark on an action/adventure journey with some third-person shooting mechanics.

    A New Take on Batman with the Classic Voice

    The trailer features the Suicide Squad dragging around a bruised and beaten Flash into Arkham Asylum. All seems quiet until someone is seen shouting and running for their life, only to be struck by an unseen force. Harley Quinn then insists that Batman does not kill people, only to have a corpse thrown in front of people. A presumably corrupted batman then appears in front of the Suicide Squad, leaving the trailer on a cliffhanger.

    A brief tribute to Kevin Conroy to iconic Batman voice Kevin Conroy was also featured. Kevin was famous for voicing Batman in Batman: The Animated Series, among several other projects. Some of those other projects include Rocksteady’s Arkham games. Kevin Conroy passed away on November 10, 2022. Despite this, Kevin will be reprising his role one final time in the upcoming game.

    If Rocksteady’s track record is anything to go by, this upcoming game will be worth keeping an eye on. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be launching worldwide on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

    Itch
    Itch
    Itch has a strong passion for PC gaming and retro consoles (especially the Dreamcast). From Melty Blood: Actress Again to Forza Horizon, he will play just about anything that catches his eye. Ever since playing Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit as a young child, he has been in love with the medium of video games and shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.

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