Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Leak Reveals Battle Pass and Live Service Items

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Leak Reveals Battle Pass and Live Service Items

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Leak Reveals Battle Pass and Live Service Items

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A screenshot of the upcoming Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has leaked online and confirms that the game has a battle pass system. The image, originally posted on 4Chan, was based on a recent test build and revealed menu items lined up with a live service title. VGC corroborated the information via an unnamed dev source, who claimed that while a battle pass is indeed planned for Rocksteady Studios’ upcoming title, it will only be focused on skins and other cosmetic items.


The leaked Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League start menu resembles that of Gotham Knights in terms of positioning the various options on screen. The top features a row of selections, which includes the aforementioned battle pass, a store, a codex to track in-depth knowledge, talents, and assignable loadouts, and a squad selector. Given that the game runs on a four-player co-op system, it would make sense for the Squad option to help switch/choose between the four main Task Force X characters – Captain Boomerang, Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and King Shark.

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But, below that line is an icon that appears to be an in-game currency system. besides being dumped into skill trees to power up your characters. That said, they also ensured that our group of volatile misfits wouldn’t be underpowered, which usually means less work for upgrades. “You don’t start out weak and weak,” the source told VGC. “You start out great and can get ridiculous, like Batman from Arkham Knight.”

For the uninitiated, Rocksteady Studios’ previous venture, Batman: Arkham Knight, was based primarily on free-flowing combat and takedowns, which eventually expanded into special movesets unlocked through a skill tree. The idea was to encourage a more varied style of play, rather than letting players work their way through the game. The story could very well be over whether or not you purchased those upgrades. Think of it as an additional style that would also help make the game easier.

The left side of the Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League menu showcases the missions you can take on, ranging from story mode, a chapter selector, a difficulty modifier, and a matchmaking tool, presumably meant to search for players to fill the lobby. Although the developer didn’t reveal much about the upcoming title, he previously confirmed that the game can also be played in single-player mode, with your team members controlled by bots, as seen in the screenshot. ‘screen. The start menu also offers a “Game Mode” option, which could possibly contain dedicated missions for easy XP farming.

Going for a live-service route similar to Marvel’s Avengers (2020) is a bold move, considering how quickly the fanbase turned against it. Since this leak, the fans did not remain silent about their distaste for the included items, which, as mentioned, align with a live-service model. Given Rocksteady Studios’ track record, players expected to see a strong narrative experience based on the Batman philosophy, which just adds a few online features for good measure. However, the leak seems to suggest otherwise.

Late last year, Rocksteady Studios co-founders and studio heads Sefton Hill and Jamie Walker left the company. “With Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League nearing completion, they have both decided to leave Rocksteady at the end of 2022 and will begin a new adventure in gaming,” said a letter from WB President David Haddad at the time. Games. “We have the greatest respect and gratitude for Jamie and Sefton and wish them all the best in their new venture, and like many fans, we look forward to what they do next.”

Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League is set to release on May 26 on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series S/X. It will feature the legendary Kevin Conroy’s final voice acting performance as Batman. Conroy, whose voice has become synonymous with Caped Crusader, sadly passed away in November, following a short battle with cancer.

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