The Official Announcement Comes Out
Rocksteady, the developer behind the Batman Arkham games, has officially announced they are working on a Suicide Squad game, after many weeks of rumors.
Rocksteady posted the announcement on Twitter and said that more information will be given on August 22nd, as part of the upcoming DC FanDome event.
Target locked – #DCFanDome – August 22. #suicidesquadgame pic.twitter.com/HrXZNKwo0f
— Rocksteady Studios (@RocksteadyGames) August 7, 2020
A Suicide Squad game has been considered and thought about since Batman: Arkham Origins, when a post-credits showed Deathstroke being asked by Amanda Waller to join the villain group. After Rocksteady had shipped Batman: Arkham Knight, rumors began to swirl that they were working on a Suicide Squad game.
However, this is our first official announcement.
Last month, these rumors resurfaced when reports were saying the game would be called Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League, although no word on a title as given in the new announcement. Though the image, as you can see above, shows a crosshair over Superman’s head so it looks like at least the Man of Steel could be involved in the game.
That’s all we know for now but we will know more in just a couple of weeks.
We Can’t Wait
As massive fans of the Arkham series, we are looking forward, immensely, to learn more about this game. When that information comes out, we will be sure to report on it right here.
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