After last year's reveal, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is re-emerging this weekend at DC Fandome 2021. Leading up to this, Rocksteady's superhero ensemble recently had a creative ARG, allowing players to prank-call Amanda Waller in real life.
While gameplay details have remained scarce, a new leak has highlighted the game's loot-based aspects. Coming from BoringWithoutLeaks on Reddit, that rumour suggests that Rocksteady has outlined a steady stream of post-launch content.
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Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Leak Highlights Its Live Service Features
Supposedly, users who pre-order the game can access missions that involve taking on Raʼs al Ghul. With these quests being called "raid-esque" endeavours, Rocksteady's game seemingly places high emphasis on collecting loot for Suicide Squad's members.
This rumour also suggests that other DC villains could be added to the Squad, though that focus will be mainly placed on continued missions and exploring new locations. Based on these descriptions, DC's title sounds similar to Marvel's Avengers, given its single-player, live-service aspects.
A content roadmap has also reportedly been planned for the first year. You can see the post in full below, but this rumour states:
Rocksteady have been spending a lot of time focusing on crafting a roadmap that they know they'll be able to deliver on for around the first year of content, delivering content consistently whilst also living up to promises that they are giving has been a huge focus for them.
Of course, this remains officially unconfirmed, so take this with a grain of salt for now. However, with just several days until DC Fandome, game details that leak before big events often end up being true. We'll keep you informed as we learn more..