Rocksteady’s ‘Suicide Squad’ Game Could Be Titled ‘Kill The Justice League’

Kill the Justice League.

The title for Rocksteady’s rumored Suicide Squad game may in fact be Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League a new report suggests.

According to Eurogamer.netSuicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a “contender for the game’s final title” and gives fans a good idea of what to expect from Rocksteady’s next video game inspired by DC Comics.

Rumors of a Suicide Squad centric video game surfaced earlier this month when Kinda Funny Games’ Imran Khan revealed that he heard Rocksteady was developing a Suicide Squad game years ago and that it could even be a live-game similar to Fortnite.

A list of registered domains surfaced over the weekend including gothamknights.com, suicidesquadgame.com, and suicidesquadkillthejusticeleague.com. Each domain was registered by MarkMonitorInc., the broker used by Warner Bros. Interactive.

Rumors surrounding Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham follow-up have swirled for years since the release of 2015’s Arkham Knight. Ranging from rumored titles such as Batman: Arkham Crisis to a Justice League game, with a lineup that includes Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Cyborg and Aquaman with Starro as the main villain along with Brainiac and Darkseid. A Superman game was also rumored for quite some time, however, Rocksteady has confirmed their next project will not be focused on the Man of Steel.

In addition to Rocksteady, Batman: Arkham Origins developer WB Montreal is also rumored to be developing a follow-up to their 2013 game. Earlier this year, the WB Games Montreal Twitter teased fans with an image that featured the phrase “Cape sur la nuit / Capture the Knight.” While it has not yet been confirmed, the next Batman game from WB Montreal appears to be based on the Court of Owls story arc which features a secret society attempting to kill Batman himself.

With DC’s Fandome event on the horizon, it’s possible fans could learn more about the upcoming games from Rocksteady and WB Montreal this August. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on Rocksteady and WB Montreal as we learn it and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more content in the future!

Source: Eurogamer.net

Michael Mistroff

Michael Mistroff

News Editor, Film/TV Reporter at Heroic Hollywood.