Blog - February 1, 2024

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League ending, explained

Ending a game unexpectedly is nothing new to players and Suicide Squad: Destroy the Justice League follows that trend, but what exactly does the ending mean?

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Story in Suicide Squad: Destroy the Justice League is a short game, clocking in at under 10 hours if you focus on the main missions, but developer Rocksteady has made it clear that it will support the game over the long term.

In fact, the ending of Suicide Squad: Destroy the Justice League highlighting what’s in the cards for the players and Task Force X we’ve outlined below.

What Suicide Squad: Destroy the Justice LeagueWhat is the meaning of ending?

In-game teaser of additional content coming to Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.More to come. Screenshot of Dot Esports

Big lesson from Rocksteady’s finale Suicide Squad: Destroy the Justice League is that this is not the end at all. We knew before the game was released that further content would be included in the title — starting with Part One, which introduced The Joker as a playable character.

After the team successfully defeats Brainiac, Amanda Waller and Lex Luthor (from Earth-2) tell Task Force X that they need to destroy 12 more Brainiacs from alternate universes to truly defeat the big villain. big, bad. However, those battles are not available immediately and will be saved for additional content to be released.

The tease promises more Easter eggs that tie into the wider DC universe, loads of new weapons, new locations to explore and enemies to face, but in reality, it’s worth Most notable is the main story of Suicide Squad: Destroy the Justice League is a small piece of a very large pie.

After confirming that there are (at least) 12 more Brainiacs and universes to fight, the door remains open for the Justice League and any other characters thought to be dead, like Robin and Oracle, to return. However, the focus will likely remain on the rogues’ gallery from DC.