SUICIDE SQUAD: KILL THE JUSTICE LEAGUE and New BATMAN Game Will Be Showcased at DC FanDome

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SUICIDE SQUAD: KILL THE JUSTICE LEAGUE and New BATMAN Game Will Be Showcased at DC FanDome

The team at Warner Bros. has finally revealed the official schedule for the long-awaited DC FanDome show, confirming that Rocksteady Studios' next big game is indeed titled Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

That's right, the fast-approaching DC FanDome live event — which will shine a new light on DC's ambitious line-up of movies, video games, comic books, and TV shows — will see the announcement of the London-based developer's answer to Crystal Dynamics' Marvel's Avengers, which will make its debut in September.

Thankfully, fans of Bruce Wayne should also keep an eye on the DC FanDome digital extravaganza — also featuring never-before-seen reveals related to Wonder Woman 1984, The FlashAquaman, and Shazam 2 — as developer Warner Bros. Games Montreal will showcase their next big thing during next week's event.

Considering that the team behind 2013's Batman: Arkham Origins has been teasing their new game starring the Dark Knight for a while now, it's safe to say that they mysterious new project is a full-blown Batman title.

Rumour has it that said game is focused on the Court of Owls (a shady group of criminals that debuted in New 52 - Batman #1 in 2011) and will have nothing to do with the Arkham quadrology, at least story-wise.

The aforementioned Warner Bros. Games Montreal panel at DC FanDome will take place on August 22 at 5:30PM CET, with the Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League–centred one starting on August 23 at 12AM CET.


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