Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will make an appearance at The Game Awards

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Looks like we’ll get an update on Rocksteady Studios’ highly anticipated Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League at this year’s The Game Awards.

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The confirmation comes via creative director and Rocksteady co-founder, Sefton Hill, who announced on Twitter that he and the team at Rocksteady are “getting ready to dive into The Game Awards” and that they are “to share mayhem.” can’t wait for

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The Game Awards’ Geoff Keighley follows Hill’s tweet one of my, adding that as a fan of the studio he was “waiting for a long time to show what Sefton and the team were working on!”

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Hill didn’t go into any specifics when it came to what exactly the team would bring to the show, but he did Round out your tweets with GIFs of what looks like possible gameplay footage. So far, trailers for Kill the Justice League have been shown as part of the DC fandom in both 2020 and 2021, but we haven’t seen an official gameplay trailer yet.

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is set to launch on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S in 2022. We don’t have a more precise release date than that, but we actually think we’re overly optimistic here—the Game Awards could also be a good place to announce one as we move into the launch year.

Luckily, we don’t have long to wait until the Game Awards to see what Rocksteady has up its sleeve. The show airs on December 9th at 8pm ET/5pm PT (or December 10th at 1am GMT/1pm AEDT).


Analysis: Place of Being

The Game Awards may have been the place to recognize our favorite games and their developers over the past year, but it’s also an important event for new game revelations and updates on in-development titles.

For example, in an Epic Games blog post earlier this year, Geoff Keighley revealed that he expects this year’s show to have about 40 to 50 games “in some way”, adding that the new games Announcements will probably be in “double digits”.

Recently, Keighley added to the hype by saying that this year’s show will have “four or five things” as big as the reveal of the first Elden Ring gameplay trailer and even teased that in regards to them. Work with Elden Ring developer FromSoftware for “more may come”.

Knowing that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is going to be on the show certainly gives DC and Rocksteady fans a solid reason to tune in. Lord of the Rings: Also to those who wait for Gollum given a reason to get excited. But part of the fun of The Game Awards has always been the mystery and speculation whether Courage To look like Recently, for example, there have been rumors (via VGC) that we might finally get an update on Ninja Theory’s Hellblade 2 and all the rumors about a potential new Splinter Cell game have us wondering if there’s any on the cards. may or may not be disclosed.

Surely, whatever unfolds in the end, we are unlikely to be disappointed at all. Keighley has said that while he knows that “there will always be people who will be disappointed that the X game isn’t there or that the studio doesn’t show up with something” he believes, “by and large”, that “it’s our strong point.” One of the lineups we’ve seen throughout the show.”

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