Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, an anticipated game developed by Rocksteady Studios, has encountered another delay, specifically for its release on the Epic Games Store. Originally slated for a February 2 launch across various platforms, including Xbox Series X|S, PS5, and Steam, the game’s Epic Games Store release has been postponed by just over a month, now scheduled for March 5.
This delay comes as disappointing news for fans who were expecting to purchase the game on the Epic Games Store. Rocksteady hasn’t provided specific reasons for the delay of the Epic Games Store launch while maintaining the original release dates for other platforms.
Notably, Rocksteady has assured customers who pre-ordered the game on the Epic Games Store that they will receive a full refund since all February 2 pre-orders for that platform are being canceled. Subsequently, those interested in purchasing the game on the Epic Games Store will likely have the opportunity to pre-order again closer to the new release date of March 5.
Fans have been striving to avoid story spoilers for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, as some leaks have recently surfaced online. Unfortunately, Epic Games Store users will now need to remain vigilant for an additional month, potentially prolonging their efforts to steer clear of spoilers compared to fans on other platforms.
Considering the game’s history of multiple delays since its initial 2020 announcement, enthusiasts of Rocksteady and its games are hoping that this slight pushback for the Epic Games Store release will mark the final delay. Anticipation remains high, and fans are eager for Rocksteady’s next title without enduring similar extended periods of uncertainty and delay.