- Warner Bros. has opened registrations for the closed alpha test of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, giving eager players a chance to preview the game before its release.
- The alpha test, taking place from November 30 to December 4, will focus on assessing the game’s online infrastructure and will be accessible on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via Steam.
- The extra development time given to Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League could help enhance its reputation and address concerns raised by fans, ensuring a polished gaming experience upon its official launch.
Warner Bros. has initiated registrations for the closed alpha test of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, marking a significant development for eager players. Unveiled back in 2020, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a four-player co-op shooter, offering participants the opportunity to assume the roles of the infamous Suicide Squad members.
Originally slated for a 2022 release, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League‘s timeline faced a setback, pushing the launch to 2023. During the February 2023 PlayStation State of Play event, developers showcased an extended gameplay preview, only to encounter severe backlash from fans regarding its extensive live-service elements. Consequently, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League received another delay and is now scheduled for release in February 2024. This additional time in development was supposedly aimed at addressing concerns raised by the community, ensuring a polished version of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League when it finally sees the light of day.
As the highly anticipated release date of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League draws near, Warner Bros. has officially opened registrations for the closed alpha test. Selected participants will have the opportunity to preview the game from November 30 to December 4. However, Warner Bros. has emphasized that this alpha test is a snapshot of a specific section of the campaign and may not fully represent the final gaming experience, as the title is still in development. Primarily focused on assessing the game’s online infrastructure, the alpha will be accessible on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via Steam. To register for the alpha, players are required to have a Warner account and must agree to a non-disclosure agreement to participate.
This undoubtedly is welcome news for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League fans, as it will allow some eager players to test the game. Notably, a new trailer released on November 20 spotlights Harley Quinn, a beloved DC character originating from Batman: The Animated Series in 1992. Harley, along with other super-criminals, features in this spin-off within the Batman: Arkham series universe, recruited by Amanda Waller to eliminate the Justice League, now under the control of Brainiac. The trailer highlights Harley’s chaotic combat skills, showcasing her using a baseball bat, firearms, and Batman’s technology, including a bat-shaped attack drone.
While the game’s delays disappointed many fans, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League‘s extra development time could prove beneficial for enhancing its reputation and addressing concerns. However, only time will reveal if Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League meets fans’ expectations upon its official launch.
- Suicide Squad
- PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S
- February 2, 2024
- Rocksteady Studios
- Warner Bros. Interactive
- Action, Adventure