Warner seems to be trying to make Suicide Squad a live service game, but not everyone is happy with it.
An allegedly leaked image from a pre-release build of Suicide Squad:
Kill the Justice League (opens in new tab) reveals that the game will feature both a Battle Pass and an in-game store, revealing that the game Some fans are not happy.
The image is first shown on his 4chan clearly shows the battle pass and store dropdown menus and what appear to be multiple types of in-game currency. That’s pretty standard for competitive free-to-play games, but Suicide Squad is a solo joint that supports drop-in/drop-out co-op play. Pricing hasn’t been officially announced yet, but it’s expected to be in line with traditional premium game releases.
It looks like Suicide Squad will have a battle pass, and not everyone is happy about it. https://t.co/8ZeBWk92hN— PC Gamer (@pcgamer) January 17, 2023
What seems to add to the excitement is the lack of information about how Suicide Squad will play out. No significant gameplay material has been released. Arkham City-style single-player his campaign For gamers who had high hopes for his campaign, the announcement of a leaked monetization scheme has put those expectations into question.
“It’s not a PvP game, is it? How do you plan to prevent players from using the Battle Pass?” Redditor ElvenNeko (opens in new tab) asks summarizing Battle Pass issues in PvE games. I was. “People will finish the story…and what? Are you playing a challenge that only raises mobs? This may take days…then? Unless you plan to release a new story mode every month or two, I don’t see any reason to stick with PvE games and don’t even care about skins or anything like that. ”