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Players returned en masse to Batman: Arkham Knight after the release of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

 

After the well-received conclusion to Rocksteady‘s Batman: Arkham trilogy, the studio sought to break into the service game genre with Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

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However, mediocre ratings and poor reviews put the new title in an unenviable position, against the backdrop of which Batman: Arkham Knight regained attention. According to SteamDB, the project, released in 2015, has recently experienced a massive influx of players.

Back at the end of January, Arkham Knight online on the Valve platform averaged about 2 thousand concurrent users, but by February 4, peak online for the first time since November exceeded 4 thousand, and right now there are 3.5 thousand players in the game at once. In addition, an increase in the number of players was noticed on consoles.

TrueTrophies, which tracks the statistics of more than three million PSN accounts, reports that in the week of the launch of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, the number of players in Batman: Arkham Knights on PS5 increased by 25%, and together with PS4 users this figure increased by 50 % over the last two weeks. A similar trend was observed in October 2022, when Gotham Knights was released.

At the same time, interest in “Suicide Squad” itself, on the contrary, continues to decline. If at the time of release on February 2, the number of concurrent players on Steam reached 13.4 thousand people, then in recent days the game has been showing an outflow of audience, and the peak online no longer exceeds 5 thousand .

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