- A glitch in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is causing Deadshot to do a T-pose instead of his Rival Taunt, turning the victory animation into unintentional comedy.
- The game’s live-service model and online multiplayer focus have sparked controversy, with glitches being one of the issues players have encountered.
- Some Reddit users find the glitch funny and even suggest adding it as an actual taunt in the game, highlighting the comical aspect of the bug.
A strange Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League glitch is causing Deadshot to ruin one of his Rival Taunts by doing a T-pose instead. Rocksteady’s latest Arkhamverse game is a drastic departure from the Batman: Arkham gameplay formula fans are used to in many ways, not the least of which is that Suicide Squad is a third-person shooter with a strong focus on online multiplayer. This has been a blessing and a curse for Suicide Squad, as its live-service model has been a major source of controversy even before the game launched earlier this month.
As such, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League contains many gameplay elements found in online multiplayer shooters, including a loot system and an item store where players can purchase various cosmetic items. Each of the game’s four playable characters has their own emotes that players can use to communicate with squadmates and opponents. While some of these can be pulled off at any time with a button press, others are reserved for beating another player’s score on Suicide Squad’s online leaderboards during a particular mission, with the latter receiving a special Rival Taunt animation the next time they log into the game.
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On paper, this is a fun way to engage with other Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League players after completing the same missions as them, but sometimes a glitch can turn a victory celebration into unintentional comedy. Such an example has been experienced by Reddit users like Butt-Kun and ChequeMateX, who have shared footage of Suicide Squad playable character Deadshot’s Rival Taunt glitching out with r/SuicideSquadGaming. Instead of performing the selected emote, Deadshot defaults to his standard T-pose, and as a result looks more like an action figure being played with rather than a hardened assassin after a successful mission.
Suicide Squad Glitch Causes Deadshot To T-Pose During Rival Taunts
Many of the Reddit users responding to these posts think the glitch is funny, with some even wanting it to be added to the game as an actual taunt due to how comical it looks. Glitches are almost a certainty in any major video game release, and Suicide Squad players have reportedly been coming across some bizarre technical hiccups in days since the game’s full launch. One such bug may have spoiled one of Suicide Squad’s rumored DLC characters by having Brainiac accidentally call out their name while taunting Deadshot.
Meanwhile, it looks like Floyd Lawton has been making his own mistakes while mocking his enemies, as shown by his Rival Taunt being replaced with a T-pose – making the famed marksman look like a children’s toy during what is supposed to be a cool victory animation. Suicide Squad is a controversial game, and there has been plenty for fans and detractors alike to talk about while waiting for the game’s first DLC chapter to launch in March.
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League
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- February 2, 2024
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