Rocksteady developers are behind the next one Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League— an open-world punk-themed co-op shooter — has revealed some new details and ideas behind the battle pass, seasons, and end-game content. Although it’s still a live service game and will likely have its own issues when it launches, I’m feeling optimistic about it based on these recent answers which look good, at least on paper.
revealed for the first time Again in 2020, Suicide squad It is the next game from Rocksteady, the developers behind the previous game Batman: Arkham games. While this new shooter is set in the same universe, since its reveal, fans haven’t been too excited about the game. The more we see of him –Via trailers or leaks-Looks a lot like a straight shooter, Even if Rocksteady isn’t willing to admit it. Mixed previews Earlier this month didn’t help win people over either. However, in a recent Discord Q&A, the developers laid out their plans for Suicide squadEndgame and seasons, suggesting that this game is fully playable on your own and won’t have you grinding for weeks to play limited-time content.
On January 26, it was officially over Suicide squad On the Discord server, the developers held a second Q&A session after the previous one was well received. This time around, many of the selected community questions and developer answers seem to be focused on convincing people that this game won’t require you to treat it like a second job.
“We all love to play games, but we also have lives,” said Axel Redby, game director. Suicide squad.
“This was a big part of our design philosophy in making this game. We don’t want the game to feel like a commitment to life or to be a game where you have to sacrifice a lot to see all the content on offer, or to feel like you’re not progressing well in the game if you can’t “Play hundreds of hours,” Rybdy explained.
A good example of this is that Seasonal Battle Passes – which Rocksteady reminded people multiple times in Discord only contain cosmetic items – and all the content that is added to the game with each new season, can be made at any time. All this stuff, like exclusive Battle Pass outfits, new locations, quests, and more The first new playable character in the game, The Joker-He won’t leave the game once the season ends. According to Rocksteady, you can always go back and progress the Battle Pass from the previous season or even purchase the premium version long after its release.
“We believe our team has created some of the best cosmetics ever,” added Darius Sadeghian, Studio Director at Rocksteady. “We want these things to be available for our players to enjoy without fear of missing out.”
As a person who plays a lot fortnitea game built on Battle Pass FOMO and the limited-time items in its ever-changing store, this looks pretty sweet.
You can play all Suicide squad single
Another example of Rocksteady claiming that the game will respect your time and not ask you to spend all day playing it, is that every mission and activity in the game, even the most difficult end-game content, can be completed solo. Redby noted that this is part of the studio’s philosophy when developing the co-op game.
“We want this game to be generous, both with your time and with all the features we offer,” Rybdy said.
Additionally, Rocksteady confirmed in today’s Discord Q&A that you’ll be able to go back and replay any and all missions from the game’s story. And if you’re playing with friends, and you’ve passed the current point in your own game, the developers say you’ll be able to skip these sections when you return to your individual world. Another example of the team trying to respect the players’ time, which I appreciate.
Of course, just because a game has great endgame and Season Pass plans doesn’t mean it’s going to be good. if Suicide squadIts combat is bad, its gameplay is uncomfortable to traverse, and/or its narrative is boring. It won’t matter how nice the season’s cosmetics are or how generous the battle pass is; People will stop playing.
We don’t have to wait long to see if the game will be fun enough to invest any time in future seasons, characters, or more, since Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League It will launch on Xbox Series Ransom fees generated by the publisher Pre-order the Deluxe Edition, and you can play three days in advance.