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Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League Will Get One Year of Support

But what will happen after?

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is yet another disappointment in players' eyes, and Warner Bros. had to agree after reportedly losing $200 million on it. It looks like the company has cut its efforts on prolonging the game's life, but fans will still receive the promised one year of support, according to IGN.

However, Bloomberg's Jason Schreier believes it will be "barebones support, definitely not as much as they’d originally planned."

What will happen afterward? No one knows, but I wouldn't put too much hope into the game's future. "We are not yet discussing anything that is not announced," a spokesperson from Warner Bros. said, and I'm pretty sure it's a nice way of letting fans down. Hope for the best but don't expect anything after the year ends.

Especially since many of Rocksteady's employees are now helping to develop a director's cut version of Hogwarts Legacy, as reported by Bloomberg. It seems like the rumor about the game shutting down in 2025 might not be far from reality.

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