Suicide Squad Fans Outraged Over ‘Insulting’ Final Scene in New Game


Deluxe Edition Players Left Disappointed After Server Issues

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, the highly anticipated new game, has just been released, but it hasn't been well-received by all fans. Many Deluxe Edition players were left frustrated and out of pocket when servers were taken down during the three-day early access period. Bugs at launch also added to the disappointment, including one that caused players' games to be completed before they even started.

Game's Writing Praised, But Storyline Criticized

While the game's writing has been praised for its witty quips, some fans have criticized a major part of the storyline. As the title suggests, the plot revolves around hunting down and killing the Justice League. While this is essential to saving the world, fans had hoped for more heroic deaths for their favorite characters.

Disrespect for the Dead Sparks Outrage

One scene in particular has sparked outrage among fans. Captain Boomerang, a member of the Suicide Squad, urinates on his long-time rival The Flash after defeating him in combat. This disrespectful act, along with other similar moments, has left fans feeling insulted. However, it's the death of Batman that has truly upset players.

Batman's Death Leaves Fans Feeling Betrayed

Batman, one of the world's most popular superheroes, meets his end in a conversation with Harley Quinn. Fans were hoping for a heroic death for the iconic character, especially considering that this is one of the last projects that long-time Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy worked on before his passing in 2022. Fans saw this as a "slap in the face" and were hoping that this role would allow them to say goodbye to Conroy.

Hope for More Batman Work from Conroy

Despite the disappointment in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, fans can look forward to more Batman work from Kevin Conroy. Conroy has additional unreleased projects, including his voice work in Batman: The Animated Series. So, while this game may not have provided the farewell fans were hoping for, there are still opportunities to treasure Conroy's iconic portrayal of Batman.

Think Twice Before Joining the Suicide Squad

If the death of beloved characters and disrespectful moments don't sit well with you, it may be best to skip Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. The game's controversial final scene has left many fans feeling outraged and disappointed.

Further Reading: Suicide Squad Delays Raise Concerns

If you're interested in learning more about Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and the concerns raised by its delays, be sure to check out our article on why fans are worried about the game.