Latest insider report claims that Warner Bros. has reportedly delayed Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League to later this year.
|Suicide Squad: KTJL Reportedly Delayed Following Backlash|
Already been delayed once last year, upcoming action-adventure shooter Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League by developer Rocksteady Studios and publisher Warner Bros. Games had a slated schedule of release dated to May 26, 2023.
Earlier last month, first gameplay footage of KTJL was revealed at Sony's State of Play showcase to a lukewarm fan-response. A new report claims that Warner Bros. has internally delayed their Suicide Squad game due to heavy criticism.
According to Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier, release date for Suicide Squad: KTJL is moved from May to later this year. Although gameplay looked similar to Anthem and Destiny 2, people had issues with its elements of live-service.
Confirming an early leak, Rocksteady has recently introduced cosmetic items for Battle Pass and gear score with loot shooter mechanics. Official FAQ page also mentions requirement for online connection even if you are in single-player.
Many modern games use DRM to fight piracy and require a one-off online check, but an always online connectivity is not common at all. Having requirement for constant internet connections is a ludicrous idea for a single-player game.