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DC FanDome '20: Rocksteady Studios reveals 'Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League' video game
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DC FanDome ’20: Rocksteady Studios reveals ‘Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League’ video game

Get your first look at ‘Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League’ with some new details about the game.

DC FanDome has been filled with trailer reveals and Rocksteady Studios joined in on the fun. The trailer they showed off was for Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League. Check it out below.

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The panel featured Will Arnett in a bit about him being teleported into the DC FanDome literally. In a kind of skit, Arnett actually interacted with the Suicide Squad characters.

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In an interview between Arnett and a Rocksteady developer we learned the game is a hybrid of Rocksteady’s experience bringing characters to life combined with gunplay and mele weapons. We also learned the game is set in Metropolis and that the city itself is a character in the game. The level of detail of the city is a big part of the game.

We also learned the entire game is accessible via multiplayer or in single player. Friends can drop into the game and play as any character. You’re also never locked in as a single character and can switch around as different characters.

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Check out our other DC FanDome coverage like the Wonder Woman 1984 panel, the panel on new videogame Gotham Knights, The Suicide Squad panel and the Sandman universe panel.

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