What has been rumored in recent months has been confirmed: the upcoming action
game Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has postponed its release to next
year. Warner Bros. Games now plans to launch it in the spring of 2023.
Although the game has not had a specific release date so far, it was
previously announced that we will play it this year.
Rocksteady Studios asked players to be patient. They say they are aware that this delay will be frustrating for many, but that it is needed to "make the best game they can".
If we don’t count Batham: Arkham VR, Rocksteady’s last game came out almost
seven years ago. Nearly eight years will pass between the launch of Arkham
Night and Suicide Squad, which is one of the biggest recorded periods in which
one living studio has not launched a new game.