Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Alpha Test Begins Soon, Here's How To Sign Up
A closed alpha test for the superhero game begins at the end of the month.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is hosting an alpha technical test soon, and you can sign up now for a chance to get in and try the game ahead of launch.
The alpha test for Kill the Justice League runs November 3-December 5 on Xbox Series X|S, PS5, and PC. Players can register for the upcoming playtest on the game's website. According to Eurogamer, the test will feature a "smaller, specific section" of the campaign. Publisher Warner Bros. added that the test is not representative of the final game, as it often the case with early tests.
Another thing to note is that anyone who is chosen for the Kill the Justice League alpha test must sign a non-disclosure agreement and are forbidden from sharing footage and impressions.
Kill the Justice League is a live-service superhero game from Rocksteady where people play as characters like Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Boomerang, and King Shark. The game will have post-launch seasonal update that add more story content, playable characters, missions, gear, weapons, cosmetics, and in-game events. The game will have a battle pass that include more outfits and emotes that players can unlock through gameplay or by spending real money.
Kill the Justice League has had several delays since it was first announced, and it was originally meant to launch in May 2022. In April, Rocksteady announced that the game had been delayed by several months to February 2, 2024. You can check out new gameplay footage here.
Also of note, Kill the Justice League will feature the performance of the late voice actor Kevin Conroy, reprising his role as Batman for one of his last performances.