Recently, there were rumors that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League might face a further delay due to criticism from players who were not impressed with the gameplay showcased at the last State of Play.
However, according to Jason Schreier’s report in Bloomberg, the developers are focusing only on bug fixes and not altering the game’s fundamental concepts.
More recent reports about Rocksteady Studios’ upcoming game have emerged. Andy Robinson, a VGC journalist, commented on the situation during an editorial podcast and stated that the developers are happy with the game’s current direction.
Robinson had a chance to speak to several developers who had plenty of positive feedback about the game’s combat mechanics and game world, particularly when compared to Gotham Knights.
Robinson stated, “I’ve been told this isn’t another Gotham Knights, that everyone working on [Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League] are quite optimistic about the combat mechanics they created, the game world, and the like.”
The VGC journalist also added that he would be surprised if the developers changed the game’s basic gameplay assumptions after such positive statements.
It is important to note that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is being developed for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S, and is scheduled to release on May 26, 2023.
Overall, the recent reports suggest that the developers of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League are pleased with the progress of the game and are optimistic about its future. Fans can look forward to experiencing the game’s combat mechanics and exploring its vast game world upon its release.