Rocksteady Games are offering fans a new look at Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League tonight. Following an appearance at DC FanDome 2021, creative director Sefton Hill confirmed the game's also at The Game Awards 2021 later this evening, though he didn't detail what that'll bring.
Launching next year, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League wasn't nominated for the "Most Anticipated Game" category, though it'll still play a part in tonight's proceedings. Since its inception, The Game Awards has balanced their awards ceremony with exclusive reveal.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s Appearing at The Game Awards Tonight
Rocksteady could potentially show a new cinematic trailer for Suicide Squad, as we'd speculate an extended look at gameplay seems unlikely. Ever since its reveal, Rocksteady's only shown cinematic trailers featuring the predicament of Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang and King Shark.
Similar to other media, this story sees the motley crew forced to work under Amanda Waller as the Suicide Squad. This time, they're tasked with defeating a mind-controlled Justice League working for Brainiac.
Elsewhere, fans are looking forward to seeing gameplay for this title. We've yet to know if this will be a 4-player co-op experience, or whether it'll use a cinematic story approach like Square Enix's The Guardians Of The Galaxy game.