Suicide Squad game characters spotlighted in new official art
Prior to the appearance of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League at the DC FanDome, Rocksteady debuted new art for all four characters.
With DC FanDome just around the corner, several Rocksteady developers have shared new character art for each of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League‘s main protagonists. New details on Kill the Justice League will surface at the digital DC FanDome event, which WB and DC plan to host next weekend on Saturday, October 16. The latest project from WB Games Montreal, Knights of Gotham, will also be in the spotlight during the next festivities.
Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad The game will feature four members of Task Force X namely Captain Boomerang, Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and King Shark. Each member was featured in the original reveal trailer which first premiered at DC FanDome in August 2020, though few titles have been released in the meantime. But new content has circulated since WB confirmed Kill the Justice League next DC FanDome appearance. The first of these teases came in the form of Suicide Squad key art. Additionally, the latest trailer for the event featured a few new clips in which the team members were seated front and center. Fans now have something else to feast on.
A few members of the Rocksteady development team were able to share new character artwork for each of the Kill the Justice League main distribution of misfits. Marketing game manager Gas Deaves featured a closer look at Floyd Lawton aka Deadshot. Associate producer Holly gordon triggered Harley Quinn’s close-up. Elly johnson, a sound designer at Rocksteady, shared the art for Captain Boomerang. And, finally, Advanced FX Artist Hanno Hinkelbein had the honor of showing King Shark in all his menacing glory. See the four images below:
Each image features a white background adorned with the title’s black and yellow logo, similar to the official key art that Rocksteady released in late September. The plans remain quite distinctive, however, given the drastic differences between each character. (Although, interestingly, they all wear shoulder straps – even King Shark, who in the image above only wields a large knife.)
Located in the same universe as the Arkham series, Kill the Justice League follows the Suicide Squad as they hunt down a new set of targets. As the first trailer shows, at least one of these targets will include the Last Son of Krypton.
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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League arrives on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X | S platforms on an unspecified date in 2022.
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