Last month it was reported that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, following criticism from players on the gameplay showcase, had been internally postponed beyond its planned release in May and might even be delayed until 2024. This has now been officially confirmed.
Rocksteady and WB Games have announced that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will launch nearly a year later than originally planned. The open world shooter featuring superheroes, which was previously scheduled for next month, has now been delayed until Feb. 2, 2024.
“We have made the difficult but necessary decision to take the time necessary to work on the game to provide the best possible quality for players,” Rocksteady wrote in the announcement.
This is not the first time the game has been delayed. Originally scheduled for release in 2022, the game was to be delayed until May 2023. By the time it launches next February, it will be nine years since Rocksteady’s last game, Batman: Arkham Knight.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is being developed for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.