New details of Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League have been revealed on Reddit, with the details being ‘verified’ by the subreddits moderators.
Uploaded to the /r/GamingLeaksAndRumours subreddit, the new Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League details reveal the game’s price, editions, and details. Whilst typically such posts would be considered just a rumor, one of the subreddit moderators has given the post a “legit” tag and has verified the user’s claims.
According to the leak, an internal ‘not final’ trailer of the game was shown at a trade show, revealing that two versions of the game will be released. The Deluxe Edition will apparently cost £99.99 and will grant players access to the game three days before the official release, in addition, players will also get battle pass points and extra costumes. The Day One edition on the other hand will cost £69.99 and grant players extra costumes.
Details on the game itself include:
- Real-time weather (stated in the behind-the-scenes trailer)
- Day/Night cycle (stated in the behind-the-scenes trailer)
- Metropolis is twice the size of Gotham in Arkham Night.
- Rocksteady is working on 1 year of extra content – new characters and missions were mentioned
- They state clearly you can play the game co-op online or play it all solo and switch between the 4 different characters.
- The trailer makes a point that the players should play HOW they want to. Makes a point that each character has distinct traversal and distinct combat. Deadshot is gunplay the others are more melee-focused.
- Have no details on microtransactions or XP or anything games as a service.
At the time of writing, Insider Gaming could not independently verify the leak details.
Earlier this year, the game was pushed back to a 2024 release.
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is scheduled to release for PlayStation 5, Windows, and Xbox Series X/S on 2 February 2024.
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