Leaked Image From Rocksteady's Suicide Squad Game Seems To Confirm Battle Pass And Multiple Currencies
A development source says the battle pass "will be focused on cosmetic items."
A leaked image from a recent test build of Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League seemingly confirms details on the game's official battle pass and other service game elements.
The image originated from a 4chan forum before being verified by VGC's reputable source, who told the publication that the battle pass is currently in planning for the game. As of this writing, Rocksteady's battle pass "will be focused on cosmetic items such as skins."
In addition, multiple currencies got revealed in the image. It's believed that they are XP currencies used to power up and customize the skills trees of different antiheroes.
First look at the Suicide Squad game menu. Mentions Battle Pass, Loadout, Missions based structure. #Batman #SuicideSquad pic.twitter.com/t3vmHmjQ8k
— Andrew Marmo (@the_marmolade) January 17, 2023
The picture also sparked debate on Twitter on the game's early in-depth lean into live service elements. Some believe it has "Strong Avengers vibes," while others will be "holding off preordering" until knowing more about Suicide Squad.
VGC's source states players won't "start off debuffed and weak...You just start off great and can get ridiculous, like Arkham Knight's Batman" with these currencies. How that plays out in-game is to be seen, so hopefully, we'll learn more soon.
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