The alpha test tests Task Force
Not happy about just giving us a trailer for Harley Quinn, WB Games announced the opening of thealpha test for one of the first big titles of next year, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. Selected players will get a taste of the live service the next weekend, from Thursday 30 November to Monday 4 December. The publisher was however clear: “Please note that the game is still in development, and this test represents only a small specific section of the campaign, not emblematic of the final experience in its entirety.” We don’t doubt it, but the hype of the players will hardly stop to ponder this little quibble.
A Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League closed alpha test has been announced. Players can register for a chance to play the game later this month.https://t.co/a9IpmeiBMX pic.twitter.com/ftU57XkHRe
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The alpha test you don’t expect for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League
The game can be played solo or in co-op with up to four players. It will be a more “inclusive” experience than others at the hardware level, as it will include both cross-play That maintaining progress between different platforms. The test will put pressure on the online infrastructure, and it will include all platforms: PS5, Xbox Series All players rather they will have to sign a non-disclosure agreement to participate. The title promises to be an “open-world action adventure shooter beyond any genre” set in an open-world version of Metropolis. The release is set for February 2.
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