Green Lantern Suicide Squad Kil The Justice League

Some games can take forever to finish. Hours upon hours can be logged into any title as players work their way to steady victory. When those credits finally roll, the sense of accomplishment can be a wonderful feeling.

But that’s not the case with Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, at least for now. In fact, many find themselves “game over” before they even take their first step. This is thanks to a challenge that has seen those who have already entered the game with their hands logged in to find that they have fully completed the story.

Developer Rocksteady is aware of this unpredictable narrative and is now in the process of sorting it all out.

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“We will provide maintenance on the game servers,” the studio said in a social media feed, acknowledging the error. “The game will be unavailable during this time.”

Rocksteady said it will take “several hours” to complete the Suicide Squad: Kill Justice League overhaul. The studio will update everyone as things progress.

“Sorry for the inconvenience,” Rocksteady closed.

Ed recently had an internship with Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and he wasn’t overly enthusiastic about it all.

“It’s clear that Rocksteady is keen to try something new with Suicide Squad while staying true to the studio’s past,” he wrote, “but as an online shooter with live action elements, it follows trends rather than sticking to what the studio does best. Its Arkham-verse generation and character stories are strong, but this might not be the superhero fantasy you’re looking for.”