- The end game of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League focuses on “Mastery,” requiring players to master their character, traversal, talents, enemy types, mission mechanics, and choice of build. Completing difficult end game missions will reward players with exclusive Infamy Sets of gear.
- A recent dev Q&A on Discord suggests that Brainiac will still be alive in Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League’s end game.
- The details of Brainiac’s survival and potential multiversal elements are still unconfirmed, but it will be interesting to see how the game handles its main antagonist surviving at the end of the story.
When developing a looter shooter, there are certain things that many fans just expect to be there. A looter shooter is expected to put its gunplay first and foremost, with it being the main feature that fans come back to experience time and time again. A looter shooter is also expected to have a set of diverse playable characters, with each one boasting a unique set of abilities that encourage replayability. And the feature that often separates a good looter shooter from a great one is an engaging end game that holds the player’s attention long after they’ve rolled credits, and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will try its hardest to provide just that.
Releasing in just a few weeks’ time, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has really ramped up its marketing, with Rocksteady desperately trying to keep fans excited for its long-awaited release. From developer insider videos that reveal more about Suicide Squad‘s gameplay and story to flashy launch trailers, Rocksteady is doing everything it can in the lead up to release, and that includes hosting a recent dev Q&A on Discord. Intriguinly, this Q&A may have confirmed a big story detail for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League‘s end game.
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What The Dev Q&A Revealed About Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s End Game
Brainiac Seems To Still Be Alive In Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s End Game
Just a week ago, some Rocksteady developers took to the official Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Discord server to shed some more light on various aspects of the upcoming title’s gameplay, story, and post-launch content. While many of the answers were predominantly confirmations of things that fans already knew about the game, Rocksteady did reveal a few small details and hints of what fans can expect from Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League‘s end game.
In this official developer Q&A, Rocksteady makes multiple references to Brainiac in relation to Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League‘s end game, which would seemingly suggest that Brainiac will still be around after those main story credits roll. One of the most important quotes from the Q&A that supports this idea comes from @RS_Axel, who writes “Brainiac keeps evolving his forces throughout the end game.” So, it’s pretty much confirmed that Brainiac survives the main story of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, though it’s currently unclear just how. Recent rumors and leaks have suggested that a multiversal element may be in play for Suicide Squad‘s end game, but Rocksteady hasn’t confirmed that.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s End Game Is All About “Mastery”
Aside from seemingly confirming that Brainiac will not be defeated in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League‘s main story, Rocksteady also shed a bit more light on their own philosophy surrounding the title’s end game. Again according to @RS_Axel, Rocksteady believes that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League‘s end game revolves around this idea of “Mastery,” more specifically, “Mastery of your character, traversal, Talents, enemy types, mission mechanics and, of course, your choice of build.”
The developer goes on to mention that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a “chaotic” game, and in its challenging end game players will be rewarded for really mastering their character, mechanics, and chosen build, being able to harness that chaos and use it to their advantage. Two different end game mission types are also mentioned in the Q&A, those being Incursion Missions and Killing Time missions, both of which see players try to take down an oncoming horde of Brainiac forces as they attempt to destroy the Squad’s Promethium Shield. Completing these difficult missions will apparently reward players with exclusive Infamy Sets of gear, modeled after a specific DC villain. While this sounds interesting, many fans are more focused on the apparent confirmation that Brainiac will not be dealt with in the main story of the game, and the implications of that narrative choice.
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League
- February 2, 2024