Last year, WB Games announced a duo of DC video games — Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Gotham Knights. Revealed during DC Fandome, there’s been silence on both games ever since, but it appears that they’re ready for another showing. The pair of titles have been confirmed as part of the lineup for DC Fandome 2023.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is the new game from Rocksteady Studios, the developer behind the Batman Arkham series. All we’ve seen of it so far is a cinematic trailer setting up the premise; you’ll be playing as the titular band of villains as they’re forced to take down iconic heroes like Superman (or die trying). Interestingly, Suicide Squad is part of the Arkham canon, while Gotham Knights is not.
Speaking of Gotham Knights, it’s a solo or co-op action game from WB Games Montréal, the team that previously made Batman: Arkham Origins. You’ll play as the likes of Batgirl, Robin, Nightwing, and Red Hood as they team up to take on new threats. The game was initially planned for release this year, but was delayed to 2023.
It’ll be good to get an update on both of these games, as they both have a lot of potential. Let’s hope they show well at DC Fandome, which takes place on 16th October. Are you excited to see these games? Tell us in the comments section below.
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