Leaked Image for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Suggests a Battle Pass


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A lot of people were excited for Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League when it was announced, but so far, reveals have been kept at a minimum. Thanks to an alleged leak though, some fans have figured out the reason for the delay.

Leaked Image for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Suggests a Battle Pass

According to a leaked image from 4chan (via @EvanFilarca) Suicide Squad: KTJL will come with a battle pass. Check this out:

Take note, this is just a leaked image, but the battle pass model has been standard when it comes to these live-service games. I guess the developers have to keep making money somewhere.

This sure comes as a curveball for fans of Rocksteady’s Arkham titles which were open-world action-adventure games. Fans though Suicide Squad would apply the same formula with four playable characters, but with a Battle Pass in the game, we could be in for something else.

Though some fans are complaining online now, it’s probably best to just wait for an official announcement from the studio. Though I do love the Arkham series, I’m eager to watch Rocksteady try something else for a change, and if it’s a game that has a battle pass, I’m going to wait and see what else is coming.

So far, the premise is still interesting, and I’m eager to have the studio get one more stab at the DC IP. Plus, let’s not forget this would be Kevin Conroy’s last performance as Batman.  

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is now set to release on May 26, 2023 for Xbox Series X|S, PS5, and PC.

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