Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is an action shooter game developed by Rocksteady Studios that was taken down abruptly. Let's find out why.
The much-anticipated early access for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League launched on January 29th, but unfortunately ended abruptly after only one hour.
A nasty bug caused certain players to be automatically marked as 100% complete upon logging in. Talk about a premature victory lap for Harley and the crew!
The game's developers, RocksteadyStudios swiftly deactivated the servers to prevent further chaos.
Thankfully, the glitch didn't impact most players. Early access users continued enjoying wreaking havoc with their beloved anti-heroes.
The tech wizards at Rocksteady Studios are patching up the bug. You can expect a clean bill of digital health soon! ️
Despite the early hiccup, the official release of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is still scheduled to release around February 2nd.
This early hiccup serves as a reminder that even the best-laid plans can downslide. But hey, isn't that part of the Suicide Squad's charm, right?
Keep an eye on Rocksteady's official channels for updates on the fix and the official launch. The excitement is just around the corner!