Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League leaked Image shows Battle Pass and other new elements

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    Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League may have some live-service elements, including a battle pass, according to a new leak. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is set to release in May 2023, and it will be Rocksteady Studios’ first major release since Batman: Arkham Knight in 2015.

    Suicide Squad is a role-playing game in which users can take on the roles of Captain Boomerang, Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and King Shark. Despite the fact that Suicide Squad supports four-player co-op gameplay, users can play it solo and switch between the characters, with the AI controlling the other members. According to a new leak, Suicide Squad may include some live-service elements, such as a battle pass system.

    According to Push Square and VGC, a new image from Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s in-game menu has leaked online, and players can infer all sorts of information about the game from it.

    Starting with the main options, it appears that Suicide Squad will include battle passes, as well as a challenge system. Fans can also see various currency options in the image, hinting at the game’s live-service roots.

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    However, a source told VGC that Suicide Squad’s battle pass will only include cosmetic items like skins. Furthermore, the currencies shown at the top appear to be XP points, which are used to improve and customise the various characters’ powers and skill trees in Suicide Squad. Fans should keep in mind that, while the image appears to be genuine, every leak should be treated with caution until it is officially confirmed.

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    Players can see an option to change their loadout as well as a number that appears to point to the overall gear score in Kill the Justice League. Finally, the image indicates that Suicide Squad will include a chapter select as well as a matchmaking option, possibly hinting at a mission-based structure for the game.

    Because the Rocksteady Studios Arkham games were single-player experiences, some users may be disappointed by the live-service elements depicted in the image. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League may not have the same issues as Marvel’s Avengers, but such elements can have a significant impact on the overall design and structure of the game. Overall, it appears that fans will have to wait for more information from Rocksteady on how these parts work and how they may affect other systems.

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