After the game launch, the prequel book series for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be available. Those who purchase the comics will also receive cosmetic items that can be used in the game, allowing fans to further explore the game’s storyline and earn additional rewards.
Readers who purchase the comic book series, with each purchase will receive a digital code for a free in-game cost with each purchase of the comic book series.
Furthermore, subscribers to the DC UNIVERSE INFINITE digital subscription platform who have either an annual or ultra-paying plan will also obtain the code for every issue.
This means that fans who purchase the comic and subscribers to the digital platform will receive free in-game content that can be used to customize their characters in Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League.
The five-part comic book series titled “Suicide Squad: Kill Arkham Asylum” will tell the story of how Amanda Waller created the Suicide Squad team to assist her in defeating the Justice League in the upcoming “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League” video game.
The game will likely start with the assembled team, so fans who want to learn about the backstory of how the team was put together need to read the prequel comic. They can choose to read the comic either before or after they start playing the game.
Amanda Waller takes control of the newly renovated Arkham Asylum in Gotham City. She has implemented harsh tactics to make the facility’s most secure in the city. However, Waller has a hidden agenda, and the asylum is a part of her latest plan to recruit new members for Task Force X. In her search for candidates, she is looking for the strongest, most innovative, and most ruthless inmates in the asylum to join her team.
The narrative of Amanda Waller’s establishment of the Suicide Squad by enlisting Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, Harley Quinn, and King Shark will be presented in a five-part comic book series named “Kill Arkham Asylum.”
Although the first issue is set to release on May 30th, it’s important to note that the prequel comics will be published after the launch of “Kill the Justice League” on May 26th and will follow the game’s events in sequential order.
By purchasing and reading the comic series, you can gain insight into the backstory of the game’s characters and unlock new cosmetic items to use in the game.
It’s not uncommon for DC games to have accompanying comic book series. Interestingly, this trend continues with “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League” and its prequel comic series “Suicide Squad: Kill Arkham Asylum.”
Similar to previous DC games like “Gotham Knights” and “Injustice” from NetherRealm Studios, which had their prequel comics, these comic book series further develop the storyline and characters of the game for fans who are eager to learn more.
Written by Gary Whitta and illustrated by Fernando Blanco, Suicide Squad: Kill Arkham Asylum promises to be an action-packed adventure that explores the origins of the Suicide Squad and its connection to the notorious Arkham Asylum.
The prequel comic book series adds another layer of depth to the world of Suicide Squad and provides fans with an exciting glimpse into the backstory of some of their favorite antiheroes.
The upcoming release of “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League” from Rocksteady has faced multiple delays, which has resulted in less excitement for its arrival. The Arkham trilogy of video games is considered one of the best superhero series of all time.
Additionally, the release schedule is already crowded with other games, further decreasing the hype for the game.
Despite the skepticism, it’s worth noting that the game is developed by the same studio that received critical acclaim for the “Arkham” trilogy. Furthermore, many fans were disappointed that WB Studios chose to make a Suicide Squad game instead of a game featuring more popular superheroes such as Superman, Green Lantern, or Green Arrow.
The hype around Suicide Squad movies had died when the game was announced. The game will feature some elements that carry over from those previous games, including the character of Batman. The late Kevin Conroy will voice Batman in the game.
Last month, rumors were circulating that “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League” might feature some live service components, dampening the game’s enthusiasm. Although these components are purportedly limited to cosmetics, the news left a sour taste for many players
Furthermore, given the recent disappointment with Gotham Knights, it’s understandable that some fans may be skeptical about the potential success of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.