Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League debuted in early access. It quickly turned out that it contained one of the worst errors.
I won’t hide the fact that I would like Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League to be a good game. However, everything indicates that it will be a weak production. This is evidenced by numerous delays, long corrections and the lack of pre-release reviews (are the creators afraid of something?). Now it comes to the release of the game with a funny, but at the same time tragic error.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League
The first people can now play Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League as part of early access. This option is available for people who have opted for a better version of the game, marked as Deluxe Edition. Unfortunately, they didn’t enjoy it for long, because the servers were quickly turned off.
It turned out that some people had already fully completed the game when they entered the game for the first time. Yes, the mistake meant that they had a fully completed plot. It’s a bit funny and a bit tragic, because it certainly spoiled the fun for some people. And it is also tragic that such an error was even found in a game whose premiere has been postponed many times and therefore should be refined as much as possible.
We have identified the problem that was affecting player profiles and are currently testing a fix.
We hope to implement it and have the game back online as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience. https://t.co/Z6vC5srfDC
— Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League (@suicidesquadRS) January 29, 2024
Fortunately, the developers turned off the servers, quickly located the problem and intend to implement it as soon as possible. The last message mentions ongoing tests to ensure the developer that the fix works as it should.