Warner Bros Games have insinuated a launch delay in the much-awaited Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice Launch. Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier made the announcement earlier today through a tweet. Players were anticipating the launch to take place on May 26 this year. However, according to Bloomberg’s report, credible sources note that the delay is indefinite. According to Jason Schreier, “a delay like this is mainly for polish, not to overhaul the core gameplay that caused the backlash.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Criticism
Fans’ criticisms were directed mainly toward the game’s online requirement and purchasable cosmetic items. The delay amidst widespread backlash to the live service elements was revealed at its recent PlayStation State of Play showcase. It is, however, still unclear if the delay is due to the backlash or if there are other reasons.
Warner Bros “Reasons” for the Alleged Launch Delays
According to Bloomberg’s source, the delay is meant to help fix bugs and improve aspects of the game that were lagging behind. Additionally, the delay will not overhaul many of the core gameplay that had led to the backlash.
The fact that the allegations of the delay are rather disheartening to players opens gaps in various questions. One of the most common ones is the credibility of Bloomberg’s announcement. However, Bloomberg has assured players and the general public that the information is credible. Furthermore, they have noted that the information is from a very close undisclosed source of Warner Bros.
It is worth noting that this is not the first time that Warner Bros have delayed a release. A perfect example is Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice Launch push from 2022 to a release in the Spring of 2023. Therefore, the issue of whether players should expect more delays is also worth considering, as it seems habitual.
Conclusively, there are allegations that players might have to wait a little longer for the launch of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League; this comes after an undisclosed source hinted about the delay to Bloomberg. The primary speculation for the delay is the recent negative feedback from fans regarding its online services.