Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League features incredibly gory deaths

suicide squad kill the justice league imda rating teases incredibly gory deaths
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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League just got its IMDA rating and it might have revealed some incredibly gory deaths for the game. This has fans buzzing since some insiders claim that a few members of the Justice League might die in the game.

According to the IMDA rating, the game features “a character with a blade impaled in the neck, another’s heart being ripped out, and a man being decapitated with blood spurting out of the neck stump.” Having that much violence in the game should please DC fans and it will be interesting to see who those deaths belong to.

With a name like “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League,” it seems that the death of a major DC hero could be on the table. Some of the rumours from Reddit claim that Batman or The Flash could end up dying, though there’s no validity to that claim. Those deaths could easily belong to Superman, Wonder Woman, or anyone else from the team.

Personally, we doubt that anyone from Task Force X is going to bite it because the game offers multiplayer. Since no other members of the Suicide Squad have been introduced, it looks like fans are stuck with Captain Boomerang, Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and King Shark. Granted, players could have gory deaths with them but that’s not going to be permanent.

Various trailers aside, we don’t know too much about Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. There hasn’t been a lot of gameplay footage, though a leaked image implied that it would have a Battle Pass and other annoying live-service shenanigans. Apparently, the game will offer cosmetics that players can earn through gameplay alone but we’ll have to wait and see.

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No official release date for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been announced, though it will come out this year for PS5, Xbox Series, and PC. DC fans can also check out Gotham Knights in the same systems, though that game got a mixed response from critics and players alike.

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