Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League delayed until late 2023, according to Bloomberg

The gameplay of Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League shown a few weeks ago in the latest PlayStation State of Play did not convince many fans, and that could have had consequences. As reported by journalist Jason Schreier through Bloomberg, Warner Bros and rocksteady they would have decided to delay the game until later this year in order to polish it further.

It is Schreier himself who assures that, in fact, this delay is due to the reactions of the extensive gameplay that we were able to see on February 23. “What was shown of the game during a PlayStation show last month was poorly received by fans“, says.

Of course, he also sees the good side, and it is that this -for now hypothetical- delay moves Suicide Squad away from a few months plagued with large releases, such as The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Diablo IV, final fantasy 16 and Street Fighter 6, all of them also and as if that were not enough, belonging to legendary sagas. Thus, autumn or early winter would be a more propitious period for the success of the game to be possible.

there won’t be a big revolution

What is clear is that this delay of a few months is not enough to make big changes, and that the fundamentals of the gameplay that we saw then will still be there at the time of its launch if it finally is as Schreier says. “Suicide Squad started as a game as a service and will stay that way, as a full reboot would require an even longer delay“, says.

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It is not the first time that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been delayed, having previously done so to place its release on May 26, which let us not forget, as long as this new delay is not confirmed, it is still the official release date.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will only come to a new generation, PS5 and Xbox Series, and PC.

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