Everything You Need To Know About Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League

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Everything You Need To Know About Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League

With some nine years existing between Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Batman Arkham Knight, it’s reasonable to say that developer Rocksteady Studios latest effort has been a long time coming. Now Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has finally arrived, embedding DC Comics most ruthless group of antiheroes into a hyperkinetic open-world, online multiplayer shooter that is set to be supported for years to come.  

Be sure to keep this guide in your favourites as we cover everything you need to know about Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League including the release date, gameplay details, latest trailer, PC specs and more.

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Release Date

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will release on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series SX consoles and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store on February 2, 2024. Built for current generation gaming hardware, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is not scheduled to release on last generation PlayStation 4, Xbox One or Nintendo Switch console platforms. 

Early Access Details

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League early access lasts for 72 hours prior to release and begins on January 30, 2024. Early access to Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League can obtained by pre ordering the digital deluxe version of the game. 

Pre Order Bonuses

Pre-ordering Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League ahead of its release on February 2, 2024 will get you a bunch of goodies depending on the edition that you decide to plonk your cash down for. 

The Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Standard Edition pre order bonuses are: 

Classic outfit for Captain Boomerang
Classic outfit for Deadshot
Classic outfit for Harley Quinn
Classic outfit for King Shark

Meanwhile, the Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Digital Deluxe Edition pre order bonuses include all of the above classic outfits plus the 72 hours of early access detailed previously. 

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Digital Deluxe Edition – What Do You Get?

As well as the standard edition of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, players can also get their villainous mitts on the content packed Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Digital Deluxe Edition too.

The Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Digital Deluxe Edition contains:

Justice League outfit for Captain Boomerang
Justice League outfit for Deadshot
Justice League outfit for Harley Quinn
Justice League outfit for King Shark
Three Notorious Weapons
Four Weapon Dolls
Four Colour Swatches
One Battle Pass Token

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Story

A massive departure from the other DC Comics video game adaptations to date, though just the mere title of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League sets out the stall for its setting well enough, there’s a little more to it than that. In a world where the cosmic super-villain Brainiac has corrupted the Justice League to use as his pawns to aid in an invasion of Earth, government agent Amanda Waller realises that the only way to prevent the invasion is to kill the titular Justice League in order to reach Brainiac and perform the same act. A dysfunctional quartet comprising of Captain Boomerang, Deadshot, Harley Quinn and King Shark, the Suicide Squad are forced into action by the bomb collars fastened around necks, resulting in a messy detonation if the group aren’t successful in their mission as they find themselves up against vicious, supercharged versions of The Flash, Batman, Superman and more. 

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Gameplay

Though Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League embraces a similar sort of open world design to the Arkham games that were previous released by developer Rocksteady Studios, the similarities largely end there. Marking a departure from the melee focused single-player only adventures that the London based developer has typically been known for, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice Lague is instead an cooperative online multiplayer offering that mostly swaps out close quarter combat for long distance violence. Though it’s also worth mentioning that the entirety of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s story campaign can be completed from start to finish solo, too. 

With the shift to ranged weapons (though not exclusively as some characters can still perform melee attacks), Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League also brings a much more frenetic pace and a sense of verticality to the proceedings as players can boost, wall-run and fly to astounding heights as they tangle with the forces of Brainaic and the corrupted Justice League across the besieged city of Metropolis. 

Perhaps more similar to live service titles such as Destiny, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is all about combining the different kinds of squad types that each member of the group embodies (support, attack and so on) to ensure that you have an optimum group of misfits for taking on the harder missions and most challenging encounters. Another aspect of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s gameplay design that echoes Bungie’s wildly successful first-person shooter franchise is the gear scores that are used to denote character progression. This essentially means that by upgrading equipment and collecting better gear, your character will become more powerful in turn with certain missions and encounters requiring a certain gearscore becoming available as a result. 

As well as a series of story missions, there are also plenty side missions and activities to complete in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League too. Often taking advantage of the game’s frenetic traversal and explorative beats, these additional missions can also yield up valuable gear to help improve that all-important gearscore as you barrel your way towards that final showdown with Brainiac. With Rocksteady Studios promising potentially years of post launch content and a Battle Pass system that allows you to nab some nifty looking cosmetic items, it’s clear that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is absolutely intending to be around for the long haul. 

Where Can I Watch The Latest Trailer?

The latest trailer for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is available to watch right now and you can catch it above. The latest in a series of in-depth gameplay videos, the latest trailer for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League puts an emphasis on the support squad role and the crucial job that they have in bolstering the attack and defense capabilities of the group. 

PC System Requirements

Doubling down on the sort of open world spectacle that developer Rocksteady Studios managed to execute so well with the Arkham games, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League allows players to sprint, leap and fly around a hugely detailed take on DC’s Metropolis. As you might well expect, such a large detailed world comes with the a hefty technical cost and so with that in mind, you can catch the PC system requirements for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League below. 

Minimum Requirements:

OS: Win 10 (64 bit)
Processor: Intel i5-8400 or AMD Ryzen 5 1600 3.20 GHz
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1070 or AMD Radeon RX Vega 56
DirectX: Version 12
Storage: 65 GB available space
Additional Notes: RAM: 16 GB (2×8)

Recommended Requirements:

OS: Win 10 (64 bit)
Processor: Intel i7-10700K or AMD Ryzen 7 5800 X3D
Graphics: NVIDIA RTX 2080 or AMD RX 6800-XT (16GiB)
DirectX: Version 12
Storage: 65 GB available space
Additional Notes: RAM: 16 GB (2×8)

Now you’re armed with knowledge it’s time to tool up and grab Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League for PC over on our Green Man Gaming store. With full single player and co-op modes ready for you and 72 hours early access for pre-purchasers, your invitation to join Task Force X is waiting.

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