Developer Rocksteady Studio has announced that its team is currently working on a Suicide Squad video game. More details and information will be revealed in the coming months.
There have been rumors about the development of the said game following the end of Batman: Arkham Origins. In the game’s post-credits scene, Deathstroke was asked by Amanda Waller to join the Suicide Squad team.
For years since Rocksteady shipped Batman: Arkham Knights, there have always been rumors suggesting that it is working on a Suicide Squad game. However, there was no official announcement from the development team or from its publisher Warner Bros. games. Well, not until now.
Those rumors once again showed up last month. It was suggested that the game’s possible full name is Suicide Squad Kill the Justice Squad. However, the art featured poster published in Rocksteady’s Twitter account only shows the title Suicide Squad. Its title is arranged as a crosshair over Superman’s head, so it might be suggesting that the Squad have it out for the Justice League.
No more details have been revealed by Rocksteady Studio, but they promised that they will release more information in the coming months. It is also unclear if the Suicide Game is the only game that Rocksteady Studio is currently working on. According to fans, it is also possible that Suicide Squad may be a part of several announcements from its publisher.
Although there is no official announcement from the developer and publisher, the Suicide Squad game may be released for Xbox One, PS4, and gaming PC. It will be launched for next-gen consoles such as PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, which will be available on Holiday 2020.
Suicide Squad is a team of supervillains in the DC Comics created by Amanda Waller, also known as The White Queen and The Black King. She is the director of the deadly missions of the team. Notable villains in the Suicide Squad team include Deathstroke, Deadshot, Enchantress, Harley Quinn, Captain Boomerang, El Diablo, Katana, and Killer Croc.