Suicide Squad Map Reportedly 2x the Size of Arkham Knight’s Gotham

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News leaks about Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League have emerged after the game was delayed earlier this year.

The leaker claims that a “not final” version of the game’s trailer was revealed at a trade show, and this information has been verified on Reddit, suggesting that the leaker is reliable.

According to the new information, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will deliver a map twice as large as Gotham from Batman Arkham Knight.

Why it matters: The game has been in development for many years. Coming from the creators of Batman Arkham and delivering the last performance of Kevin Conroy as Batman, the game has led to some excitement despite the disappointing marketing.

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According to the leaker, the game’s map size is truly impressive as it features a Metropolis twice the size of Arkham Knight’s Gotham. This guarantees endless exploration and hours of content for players.

It is important to remember that Arkham Knight’s map is not small by any means. Therefore, if the leaks about the map size are true, we are in for a treat of constant exploration.

Further adding to this large open world, Rocksteady Studios appears to have created a dynamic weather system and a fully functional day/night cycle for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

The leak further elaborates that seamless switching between all four members of the Suicide Squad is possible when playing solo, as the game allows players to tackle missions as a team online or through solo gameplay.

Moreover, the leaker claims that Rocksteady Studios is dedicated to an ongoing player experience. With a full year of planned DLC, the studio hopes to keep the game relevant through a games-as-a-service approach.

While the leak does not elaborate on any microtransactions, the studio is expected to sell cosmetic DLC like most live service games.

It is important to take these leaks with a grain of salt. However, they have revealed a few promising details after much disappointment recently. Earlier this year, a report also claimed that the game had received positive feedback from early playtests.

With the game scheduled for 2024, Rocksteady Studios still has plenty of time to improve parts of the game and ensure it lives up to the iconic Batman Arkham franchise.

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