Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League
A new look at the immersion coming for Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is here so we can better join our Suicide Squad out there
If you have already secured your copy of Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League on the PS5, then you might be curious about the fun little extras that that version of the game will have. Not that Rocksteady is putting in any extra content that the Xbox Series X|S and PC gamers will be missing out on… unlike in the past. No, this is a look at how we might get further immersed into the world of Suicide Squad with the various hardware options that the PS5 has to offer up. However, some of them might be available for those who are clever enough to use some of the hardware no matter which version of the game they have opted to play with on February 2nd.
It should come as no surprise here for Suicide Squad that we will have the usual basics when it comes to the controller and audio features the game will bring. That is, we will have the haptic feedback that the DualSense can offer up along with the adaptive triggers we can press a little harder on to get a better feel for it all. Then, if you need to hear things better in Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, there will be the extra 3D audio option in the mix. Well, as long as you have the headphones that help with all of that. The basics package that we know will come with most PS5 titles out there from a large developer. Neat!
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League — PS5 Immersion
Experience Task Force X’s unique traversal abilities, gunplay, and combat style with Adaptive Triggers and Haptic Feedback, and immerse yourself in the action with 3D Audio.
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is available on February 2, 2024, on PS5.
It is odd that we still get all of this as an immersion addition for any game anymore. Especially in a title like Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League where having the triggers and rumble in the mix will not truly take you out of your seat at home and bring you closer to the action. Unless these are features that are being used in ways that we may have never expected out there. This never makes me feel like I am part of the game more and I am not sure why it is a selling point for Suicide Squad here. Maybe some of the other gameplay that is not running and gunning will offer up a different sensation but I am not holding my breath on that one for now.
Do you think any of these things will make you further feel like you are part of the Suicide Squad or just more flashy ways to get those not-in-the-know to pick up the game on the PS5? Have you felt immersed into your game more with any of these features in general or have they just been a different tool for the HUD? Could we expect to have something fun in the mix with some of the gadgets later on with these features or will it still be the basics for the guns in general? Head to the comment section to discuss all of this and everything else we have to share with the world out there. We will keep giving you all that we can for Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, so please keep on checking in here for all of that and much, much more.