Launching Feb 2, 2024 Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League

By Todd Russell Jan9,2024

February 2, 2024 – Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is being released:

From the creators of Batman: Arkham, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a genre-defying third-person action shooter where the ultimate band of misfits must do the impossible: Kill the Justice League.

Steam/PC game description

With the passing of longtime Batman voice, Kevin Conroy, this will be, barring archival tapes or AI, the last time his voice is used. Mark Hamil, has said he won’t voice Joker any more without Conroy:

“They would call and say, ‘They want you to do the Joker,’ and my only question was, ‘Is Kevin Batman?’ If they said yes, I would say, ‘I’m in,'” Hamill said. “We were like partners. We were like Laurel and Hardy. Without Kevin there, there doesn’t seem to be a Batman for me.”

Mark Hamil on Kevin Conroy

My most recent interest in the world of DC was the animated series, Harley Quinn. Was curious who did the Joker voice there and looked up on IMDB? Alan Tudyk. Batman was voiced by Deidrich Bader in that series and did a good job, so both these actors remain possible for future alternates, if needed.

Speaking of Harley Quinn, she’s definitely in this game and is featured prominently in this teaser video:

Might be preordering this one. It’s looking like a lot of fun. What’s your interest level in playing this game? Will you preorder? Play at launch or wait for a sale? Lets us know in the comments.

UPDATE 1/27/2024 @ 8:25pm PST: You will be able to play the entire game solo, if you wish and replay seasons. The developers recognize we have lives outside of games, which is somewhat refreshing:

Rydby went on to emphasize that, “We all love playing games, but we also have lives (sort of) and that’s been a big part of our design philosophy making this game. We don’t want the game to feel like a life commitment or be a game where you have to sacrifice a lot to see all the content on offer, or feel like you’re not making good progress in the game if you can’t play hundreds of hours. We want this game to be generous, both with your time and with all the features we have to offer.”

Suicide Squad devs say despite being a live-service game it’ll respect players’ time because ‘We all love playing games, but we also have lives’ | PC Gamer
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