Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League
The Suicide Squad will need to face off against the Dark Knight in Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League
The squad is running back out there from The Game Awards this year with the latest for Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League. After all of the delays and waiting, we are finally going to be able to get to experience Rocksteady‘s next title on May 26th, 2023, on the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Not only that, but it looks as if we are also going to be getting the last great performance of an icon, with Kevin Conroy voicing Batman one more time. A character that was assumed not to be here for the Suicide Squad given the timeline, but we have confirmation that we will see the Bat out there in the mix. Along with more of the insanity we can expect from the team.
Here we have another cinematic trailer for Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League that looks to take place shortly after the team takes down The Flash. How they are able to do that and keep The Flash in a sedated state as we see here is probably something we will have to play the game to understand, but it happens and they are in the works of extraction. Just when we get to see Batman, the Arkham version shows up and gives us a few lines. While it is not specific if the team was able to get Mr. Conroy to record all the lines before his recent passing, it does seem like we will have a few in the game. Given how close we are to the launch of Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, I will lean on the side of them getting the most and scrapping any ideas of re-recording any of it. Given how iconic the actor was for the role, it would be the most fitting tribute to let him voice the character one more time.
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League — Shadows
Task Force X’s newest target? The Dark Knight himself.
Check out the official reveal of Batman in this brand new Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League cinematic. Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League launches May 26, 2023, on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.
Thank you Kevin.
Are you curious about how the Suicide Squad brought down the Flash or will that be the first secret we get to learn when the game launches? Do you think that Kevin Conroy was able to record everything before he passed or was this just a sample of what they got and will need to use a different voice to wrap things up? What other members of the Justice League will we finally get to see before the launch and could we see some other surprise out there? Sound off in the comments with all of your thoughts and then feel free to discuss it all. We will certainly have more for Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, so please keep checking back in for all of that and everything else along the way.