The Suicide Squad encounter a homicidal Batman in new Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League trailer
Kevin Conroy’s final performance as Batman gets immortalized via the latest Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League trailer.
In the new trailer that came out during The Game Awards 2022, we see the Suicide Squad breaking into Arkham Asylum with The Flash in tow. As the team try to barricade the doors of Arkham, Captain Boomerang takes his time to harass their captive especially since him and Barry Allen have a score to settle.
That however is quickly disturbed with some commotion inside Arkham and as the team retreat further and further into Arkham Asylum, they see a police officer get swept up by the Batman and then moments later his lifeless body is dropped in front of the Suicide Squad.
Batman makes his terrifying appearance and gets out his detonator before everything goes black.
Its a nice trailer that hypes up the fifth Rocksteady Games entry into the Arkham-verse and a nice way of expanding the world.
Check out the new Kill the Justice League trailer down below:
What is Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League?
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is an upcoming action-adventure game developed by Rocksteady Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It is the fifth main installment in the Batman: Arkham series, taking place after the events of Batman: Arkham Knight, and the first not to feature Batman as the main protagonist, though the character still appears, posthumously voiced by Kevin Conroy in his final performance as Batman. Based on the DC Comics supervillain/anti-hero team the Suicide Squad, the game revolves around the titular team of super-criminals, who are assembled by Amanda Waller and sent to Metropolis to stop the alien invader Brainiac and save the members of the Justice League who have been brainwashed by him.
The game is scheduled for release May 26, 2023 for Windows, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and Playstation 5.
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