Another day, another delay. It wasn't entirely unexpected for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League though since it was missing from some promotional material earlier.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is the new hope for players hungry for some co-op superhero action since Marvel's Avengers fell flat on the face and then tumbled into a septic tank. However, the game was initially supposed to release in 2021 before getting pushed to 2022 and now at the start of this year, it's all but confirmed the release date is actually in 2023.
The news is coming through Bloomberg 's sources close to the project and it's probably going to make many fans sad but it's unlikely to surprise anyone.
Jason Kilar, the Warner Media CEO, recently posted a thread about Q4 2021 results for the company and one of the tweets in the chain touched on the games expected to release in 2022. Only Hogwarts Legacy and Gotham Knights were seen in the images , leading fans to suspect a delay even though WB didn't officially announce it.
With Bloomberg's recent report, it's all but official that the company indeed pushed the release date back but didn't go public with the news yet. Overall, there is still about a year before we get our hands on the co-op adventures of Captain Boomerang, Deadshot, Harley Quinn and King Shark.
Who knows, maybe Marvel's Avengers even reboots and becomes what he fans wanted by that time.