Warner Bros. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Deluxe Edition gifts owners $20 in in-game currency

Warner Bros.  Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Deluxe Edition gifts owners $20 in in-game currency

Warner Bros. gifted Owners of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Deluxe Edition will be offered $20 in in-game currency as compensation for server issues that made the always-online game unplayable for periods during launch.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League arrives on January 30, 2024 for those who paid $100 for the Deluxe Edition, giving customers a three-day head start over everyone else.

But the early launch had issues, including a strange bug that automatically completed Suicide Squad for some and forced the game offline for more than six hours. Additional downtime prevented players from logging in before the servers stabilized, but not before disgruntled customers complained they weren’t getting their money’s worth.

Now, Warner Bros. has sent Affected customers will receive an in-game message about the gift. “Thank you for being one of our first console players during early access to Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League,” the message reads, in a post from X/Twitter user @Jay Shock Plast. “We know you’ve been patient with us during the initial launch server updates and we’d like to show our appreciation for your patience with a special gift of 2,000 LuthorCoins. Thanks again!”

The cost of 2,000 LutherCoins is $20, and you’ll get two standard in-game skins or one Deluxe or Legendary skin.

The hype around Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s launch issues has renewed calls for a promised offline mode to be added to the game as soon as possible. With Suicide Squad launching for Standard Edition owners on February 2, all eyes are on the servers to see if they hold up or make the game unplayable again.

IGN reported this week that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is not Kevin Conroy’s final Batman outing, as previously expected. Conroy, of course, is beloved for his performance as Batman in both the animated series and Rocksteady’s Arkham video game series. From this standpoint, a controversy arose over one of his scenes in the movie Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. We won’t spoil the specific details (You can learn more here), but one scene left many fans feeling like it was an unofficial farewell to Conroy’s time as Batman.

Wesley is IGN’s UK news editor. You can find him on Twitter at @wyp100. You can contact Wesley at wesley_yinpoole@ign.com or confidentially at wyp100@proton.me.

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