Warner Bros Games and developer Rocksteady have announced a closed alpha test for the upcoming action game, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, set to take place later this month. This will give curious players a chance to get hands-on with the game, though Rocksteady stressed that it’s still in development.
Players selected for closed alpha test of Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League will be given a smaller, curated region of the massive Metropolis map to play around in. “Please note, the game is still in development, and this test will only represent a smaller, specific section of the campaign and will not be representative of the full/final experience,” said Warner Bros.
The closed alpha test, which is designed to test the game’s online infrastructure, will take place on 30 November at 6am PT / 9am ET / 12pm BST or 4pm CAT and again on 4 December at 12am PT / 3am ET / 8am BST or 10am PT. Keep in mind that not everybody will get selected to participated in the closed alpha. You’ll also need a Warner account. Players can sign up for the test right here.
When Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League launches, it will be playable solo or support up to four players in online co-op. It will also include full cross-platform and cross-progression support across PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.
In other news, Rocksteady recently dropped 20 minutes of new gameplay for the game, going deeper into its story and characters. We now have a better idea of how each playable member of the Suicide Squad – consisting of Harley Quinn, King Shark, Captain Boomerang and Deadshot – will perform in combat. The game was originally meant to launch this year but was delayed to early 2024 in order to address numerous criticisms first brought up after its gameplay reveal earlier this year. It’s unclear if the live service elements have been changed or altered.
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League launches on 2 February 2024 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.