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Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Didn’t Live Up to Warner Bros Expectations

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, a co-op third-person shooter from Batman: Arkham developer Rocksteady Studios, was released earlier this month. The game received mixed reviews, with fans unimpressed with the shooter.



Now, it seems, Warner Bros. Discovery isn’t impressed with the results either, with the company saying on its last earnings call that Suicide Squad “didn’t meet their expectations,” IGN reports .


More specifically, this was said by the CFO of Warner Bros. Discovery Gunnar Wiedenfels, adding that Rocksteady’s game missed the company’s expectations. However, Wiedenfels did not mention specific sales figures. According to IGN, the executive lamented that unfulfilled expectations from Suicide Squad are preparing Warner’s gaming division for a difficult year in terms of overall results.



Wiedenfels is likely alluding to Hogwarts Legacy, the company’s huge hit that came out last year and became the best-selling game of 2023, surpassing titles like The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III.


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