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Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League fans already have an idea for a sequel

Angharad Redden

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Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League fans already have an idea for a sequel

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Despite being out for less than a week, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League fans have already got a few ideas for a potential sequel to the Rocksteady action shooter.

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Whether you are a lover or a hater of Rocksteady’s latest DC inspired game, you can’t deny that Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is making quite a name for itself after it was released in early access at the end of January. Faced with heaps of controversy, including game-breaking bugs, a short campaign and shocking deaths, the latest Suicide Squad game is hard not to notice.

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However, fans of the game are powering through the game and with the credits rolling for those dedicated few, ideas for a sequel are already showing up online.

After the death of the caped crusader Batman at the hands of Harley Quinn in the game, one fan is already campaigning for the introduction of Jason Todd/Red Hood in the sequel. If added, Red Hood could set out looking for revenge and considering he already exists in the Arkham universe after taking up the role of the Arkham Knight in the 2015 game, this wouldn’t be too far fetched.

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However, with Kill the Justice League already being a live-service game, Red Hood could make an appearance in a future DLC update. Courtesy of various leaks, fans can already expect characters such as the Joker, Killer Croc and Deathstroke to make an appearance. With plenty of source material to go from, Rocksteady’s options are endless and fans are already putting their heads together to speculate.

In related news, Kill the Justice League reviews are already flooding in and it is safe to say that the results are divided with scores ranging from the lowest to the highest and everything in between. For better or for worse, this game has definitely sparked a conversation.

Topics: Batman, DC, Warner Bros, Justice League

Angharad Redden
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