Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League features the best character models in recent memory, fans argue
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Refund requests through the roof, servers shutting down within the first hour, and scandalous character deaths – so much has happened within the first days of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s launch. Yet, not everything is as doom and gloom as it seems.
Although nobody can prevent the brutality of the executions that have divided the fandom, or the fact that the game isn’t running as smoothly as gamers had hoped, there’s an obvious redeeming quality about the DC title. Its character models.
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Having played Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and Baldur’s Gate 3, we know that this is a bold claim to make when you have those titles dazzling players with their graphics. However, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League easily blows them out of the water.
Every pore, every line is crystal clear, with avid gamers easily able to spot familiar actors from other titles, like Cere Junda actor Debra Wilson.
Although she’s recognisable in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, nobody can deny that her character model is even better in Rocksteady Games’ villainous adventure. “Her model here is hugely improved over the Jedi games. She looks very realistic,” said one fan during a Twitter discussion.
Gotta say, the character models in Suicide Squad are among the best I've seen in any recent game. pic.twitter.com/G5h1RAQsVT— John Linneman @dark1x.bsky.social (@dark1x) January 30, 2024
Some players believe it's the style of the aesthetic that makes the models so convincing. “I think this is a stylised realism that works really well,” they explained. “I believe that not trying to go for FULL realism is why it looks so good, like what Naughty Dog produces, which is a stylised sort of realism that bypasses uncanny valley. We know it's not real but it looks great.”
Despite the jury still being out on whether Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a brilliant game or not, “being bad never felt so good” or looked as good. Just don’t forget to remember to dodge those attacks while staring at the characters.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is available on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series S and X.