It's been a long time since we heard about Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. The former was originally intended to launch this year but has since slipped into 2022. After radio silence all year, with no appearance at E3 or Gamescom, both titles will finally be remerging at DC Fandome on October 16.
The line-up for this year's DC Fandome confirms fans can expect "new reveals" for both titles. The event kicks off on October 16 at 10am PT / 1pm ET / 6pm BST / 7pm CET. There's no specific rundown for the day, but we imagine a full schedule will be released closer to the time.
To mark the return of Gotham Knights, the official Twitter account has also released a new piece of artwork with the caption: "No one talks about them. Not a whispered word is said".
It's not clear what the new reveals will be, but we're hoping for some gameplay - especially for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, which has only received a CGI trailer up until this point. Additionally, a release date for at least one of the titles would be fantastic.
We'll have to tune in on October 16 to find out!
Eager to see Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League again? Drop us a comment and let us know.
Looks like the court of owls are in session.
That sounds fine, but I'd like to see some new stuff... I'm greedy like that. Even if just a promotional video where we see employees at their various studios chugging away on a variety of stuff, and some internet sleuths will have to zoom in on some people's monitors and suss out some unannounced games The lack of a proper modern Superman game still stings, especially after all those rumors and leaked images from previous attempts by everyone from Factor 5 to Rocksteady :/
There really are way too many cancelled DC games. Heck, I'd be happy to see stuff like EA's Superman Returns or Snowblind's Justice League Heroes show up via Xbox Backwards Compatibility. Or something really neat: if one of WB Games' teams finished up the nearly completed Justice League Arcade by Double Helix (back before they got bought by Amazon) and released that for, like, $15 already. Judging by videos online, it just looks like dumb fun... and sadly would be the most substantial Wonder Woman game ever made.
I would love to hear something from NetherRealm too, since recent rumors have pointed to them putting Injustice 3 on the backburner to focus on MK12. Which... just doesn't make sense to me. Like, I get AT&T cutting WarnerMedia. loose and saddling them with Discovery Networks while they exit the TV/Movie space (a space they never should've entered, but that's neither here nor there) is going to initiate the dreaded "corporate restructuring," but how does that affect game development? Warner Bros, as a company, is THE ONE calling the shots still, and they know their video game arm is valuable. Shouldn't it just be business as usual like they have been doing? What the hell about now having Discovery under their umbrella and NOT having to answer to a telecommunications conglomerate would make them suddenly want to cut loose their game division? I just don't get it, so yeah, any statement/updates by NetherRealm would be welcome. It's just a confusing set of rumors that popped up recently, even more confusing than the LAST set of NetherRealm rumors that pointed to them for some reason making a Marvel fighting game despite being part of the same company that owns DC. NetherRealm rumors are always dumb; when it comes to that studio, I just wanna hear the official word from Ed Boon.
@Halucigens I thought the same thing!
Tap here to load 3 comments
Leave A Comment
Hold on there, you need to login to post a comment...