Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League new screenshot

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League releases on May 25th, gets new gameplay trailer

Warner Bros has announced that Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League will release on May 25th. In addition, the publisher released a brand new gameplay trailer that you can find below.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League promises to combine Rocksteady’s signature character-driven story gameplay with third-person shooter action. The game will feature an original narrative and will take place in a richly detailed open-world Metropolis.

The story follows Suicide Squad members who must take on an impossible mission; save Earth and kill the world’s greatest DC Super Heroes, The Justice League. Restrained with lethal explosives implanted in their heads, all four DC Super-Villains have no choice but to band together and carry out this untenable assignment as part of Amanda Waller’s infamous Task Force X.

According to reports, this will be more of a GaaS (Game As A Service). And, this gameplay trailer can give you an idea of how the game will play. The game will rely heavily on weapons, and won’t be focusing on melee combat like the Batman: Arkham games. To be honest, this feels like a new Marvel’s Avengers game.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

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