Following a contentious gameplay debut, Warner Bros. Games had decided to delay Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. Now, instead of its May release date, the supervillain game carries a basic ‘2023’ release window. They say it’ll launch sometime later this year.

Rocksteasy recently showcased the title’s first gameplay preview during a live-streamed showcase. Following its appearance, many took to the internet to groan about what they saw. There was uproar about it looking too similar to other live service titles, having a battle pass and all of the unique characters seeming to play similarly.

Developed by at least some of the folks behind the three mainline Batman: Arkham Trilogy games, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has pedigree behind it. Here’s hoping this delay will lead to it being a good game when it releases.

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