The release of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is postponed to next year, according to a report by Bloomberg. The game, which is made by Rocksteady (the studio behind Batman: Arkham Asylum, cityand knight), was to come out sometime in 2022. The Twitter account of the game still states the release date as 2022 in his biography, but as Bloomberg points out, a tweet from the CEO of WarnerMedia regarding the company’s game range for 2022 did not include Kill the League of Justice.

This is a bit of a weird delay, considering that the first trailer of the gameplay was released just in December and made the game look like it was coming to an end. However, as we have seen, making a game during a pandemic is difficult, and most high-profile games have shifted release dates at least once.

However, Warner Bros., the publisher of Suicide Squad, will not pass a whole year without a big version of the game. The last thing we heard was this (also with a DC theme) The Knights of Gotham still expected to release at some point in 2022, after originally planned to be released in 2021. The company is also expected to release the Harry Potter theme The legacy of Hogwarts this year, which also had its delays.

Warner Bros. Games did not respond immediately On the edgerequest for comment.