Nicely, it was strongly rumoured, and now it’s confirmed: Rocksteady Studios’ hotly anticipated Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been delayed. The game, initially due out sooner or later in 2022, will no longer launch till Spring 2023. Artistic director Sefton Hill confirmed the information on Twitter, with an amusing animation of the eponymous workforce trying disenchanted and the unique launch date getting painted over.
“I do know a delay is irritating however that point goes into making the most effective game we are able to,” he stated. “I stay up for bringing the chaos to Metropolis collectively. Thanks in your persistence.”
UK developer Rocksteady Studios’ final game, Batman: Arkham VR, launched in 2016, which means it’ll be seven years between titles for the workforce. In reality, in case you exclude the digital actuality spin-off, it’ll be eight years, as Batman: Arkham Knight launched all the best way again in 2015. The excellent news is that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League seemed sensible in its most up-to-date trailer.