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Suicide Squad’s Early Access Closes Temporarily Due To Unfortunate Glitch

Almost like the game is trying to save you the time

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League has officially opened its doors to early access, giving those willing to pay for three days grace a chance to get in on the action-shooter ahead of its official launch. Unfortunately for many said players, instead of being greeted by wild scenes of four anti-heroes blowing up Metropolis that everyone begged for, they instead discovered an error that suggested they had fully completed the game. Yup, full completion before an entire second had commenced.

Developers Rocksteady were quick on the ball once news began to break. A fix is indeed in the works, though that means closing down servers until any kind of patch can be uploaded, which may take some hours.

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Not the best start for the bombastic Batman Arkham spin-off then, especially for those players who forked out for the more expensive edition of the game. Were you caught up in the error? Is this another valid reason not to pay for early access? Let us know in the comments down below and on our socials.

Written By Mark Isaacson

Known on the internet as Kartanym, Mark has been in and out of the gaming scene since what feels like forever, growing up on Nintendo and evolving through the advent of PC first person shooters, PlayStation and virtual reality. He'll try anything at least once and considers himself the one true king of Tetris by politely ignoring the world records.




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