The discharge of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is being delayed till subsequent 12 months, in line with a report from Bloomberg. The sport, which is being made by Rocksteady (the studio behind Batman: Arkham Asylum, Metropolis, and Knight), was scheduled to return out someday in 2022. The game’s Twitter account nonetheless lists the discharge date as 2022 in its bio, however as Bloomberg factors out, a tweet from WarnerMedia’s CEO concerning the firm’s 2022 sport lineup didn’t embody Kill the Justice League.
It’s a barely odd delay, on condition that the primary gameplay trailer was simply launched in December and made the sport seem like it was getting near being completed. As we’ve seen, although, making a sport throughout a pandemic is tough, and most high-profile video games on the horizon have pushed the discharge dates again no less than as soon as.
Warner Bros., Suicide Squad’s writer, isn’t going a complete 12 months with out a main sport launch, although. Final we heard, its (additionally DC-themed) Gotham Knights continues to be set to launch in some unspecified time in the future in 2022 after it was initially slated to be launched in 2021. The corporate can also be set to launch the Harry Potter-themed Hogwarts Legacy this 12 months, which additionally had its personal delays.
Warner Bros. Video games didn’t instantly reply to The Verge’s request for remark.