Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has reportedly been delayed again. Following last year's delay - bumping the game to 2023, Bloomberg is now reporting Rocksteady's next release has been shifted from a May launch to the second half of this year.
Here's exactly what Bloomberg had to say:
"Warner Bros. has again delayed a video game based on the Suicide Squad comic book franchise, pushing it from a May release date to later this year, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter."
The game is also believed to have been "poorly received" by fans during the PlayStation stream last month. On a more positive note, this will move the title out of a busy release window and also give the team at Rocksteady more time to polish it up.
Bloomberg was the same source that revealed the previous delay in March last year: