Developer Rocksteady earned accolades out the ass with their Batman Arkham titles, with Arkham City being claimed as one of the best open-world games ever created.

Then, out of nowhere in 2020, they revealed Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, and most of the gaming world has been confused since. A GaaS title with a battle pass that requires an always online connection even for the single-player mode?

The most recent State of Play presentation from PlayStation offered Gamers 15 minutes of gameplay combined with BTS with staff members of SS: KtJL. The only problem? Most people didn’t bother to finish watching the footage or turned the show off once it began.

Now, after weeks of negativity, Journalist Jason Schreier of Bloomberg is reporting that the game will be delayed until Q4 of this year!

What do you think, Brah? Is the game destined to be Marvel’s Avengers 2.0? Can Rocksteady save it from ultimately failing? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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