Huge Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Spoilers Are Online, So It's Time To Mute Some Words


Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League's closed technical alpha recently wrapped, and while access to the game was granted on the condition that a non-disclosure agreement was signed, that hasn't stopped some people from posting big spoilers online. The upcoming open-world game pits the Suicide Squad against a Justice League that has been brainwashed by Superman foe Brainiac, and some key moments in the game's campaign have been leaked. This isn't the first time that this happened, as over 30 minutes of footage was uploaded a few weeks ago.

While we won't spoil anything here, you're going to want to mute as much of the game as possible from your social feeds and YouTube. Block every mention of the game, its world, every character, and even the Arkhamverse if you want to be safe from significant spoilers, as these plot beats are already being dissected online. Rocksteady's games have had some of the best plot twists and surprises over the years, and the studio isn't pulling any punches with its Suicide Squad game.

Rocksteady responded to the leaks, posting a statement on social media. The studio said it is "very disappointing" that details about the game have emerged ahead of time. The studio also urged fans to do what they can to avoid spoilers and to not post spoilers that could negatively impact the experience for others. "We hope that everyone can play the game and feel each moment of the narrative for themselves," Rocksteady said.

YouTube is particularly bad with spoilers, as these videos can easily appear in your recommended timeline as part of that site's algorithm. While no single method is foolproof for avoiding these, you can clear your YouTube watch history, specify the type of content that you don't want to see by clicking the three dots next to uploaded videos, and use a browser extension like Spoiler Protection 2.0 if you're alright with it accessing your personal browsing data.

Avoid comment sections as an extra measure, and there's a good chance that you'll be able to enjoy all the surprises in a game like Suicide Squad in peace. Just as Rocksteady intended.

One bit of news that surfaced lately regarding Suicide Squad is that the game will receive an offline mode after launch. After a lengthy delay, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is scheduled to launch next year on February 2 for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S.

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