Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Delays Start of Season 2


  • Season 2 of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been postponed to July 25.
  • The delay was announced just two days before the season was supposed to begin on July 11.
  • The postponement reignited the popular fan theory that Kill the Justice League is already on life support, even though Rocksteady and Warner Bros. Discovery haven't outright confirmed that yet.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Season 2 has been postponed until July 25. Although Rocksteady Studios hasn't shared any official reason for the delay, that hasn't stopped Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League fans from theorizing about what prompted the move.

The upcoming content drop for the live-service shooter was announced on July 3. Rocksteady initially attached a July 11 release date to Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Season 2.

Suicide Squad: KTJL Season 2 Delay Fuels Skeleton Crew Theories

Just two days before that date, the studio opted to delay the new season by another two weeks, having said as much in a brief tweet. The move saw Rocksteady thank Kill the Justice League players for their patience, albeit without elaborating on the reasons behind the postponement. Nevertheless, some fans see the delay as substantiating the popular theory that the game has already been placed on life support and is currently only being supported by a skeleton crew.

That hypothesis has been circulating among the fandom ever since Rocksteady announced that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Season 1 would be two months behind the game itself. Many players have also taken issue with the quality of Season 1, describing its content as lackluster, repetitive, and consequently further evidence that not many developers are still working on the game. Another piece of circumstantial evidence substantiating that theory is the fact that even the smallest bug fixes have so far taken months to deploy, which is a far cry from how quickly most popular live-service games handle such changes.

Neither Warner Bros. Discovery nor Rocksteady Studios ever outright confirmed those suspicions in any capacity. However, the publisher did blame Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League for the $200 million annual revenue drop that its gaming division reported for the first quarter of its fiscal year 2024. Given that state of affairs, some industry watchers believe Warner Bros. Discovery is no longer putting significant resources into the project.

But the company hasn't yet pulled the plug on the game, with Rocksteady previously committing to delivering a year's worth of content updates. That's presumably because the publisher has already sold that content in advance as part of the Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Deluxe Edition, which came with a Battle Pass Token guaranteeing access to the game's first four seasons. As things stand right now, Season 4 may very well end up being the game's final content drop.

Franchise Suicide Squad System PC , PlayStation , Xbox Platform(s) PC , PS5 , Xbox Series X , Xbox Series S Released February 2, 2024 Developer(s) Rocksteady Studios Publisher(s) Warner Bros. Interactive Genre(s) Action , Adventure ESRB M17+ For Mature 17+ Due To Blood and Gore, Strong Language, Violence How Long To Beat 10 Hours Metascore 70 Expand See at Official Site$40 at AmazonSee at SteamSee at Playstation Store

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