There are three months left for the launch of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, the new from Rocksteady (responsible for the Batman Arkham saga), and the truth is that we still know very little about him. In theory, today will be the day that we have new information about the action title through a new State of Play from Sony, but the details have been brought forward a few hours by the IMDA, the classification body for ages of singapore (via resetter), which has provided a description of the product in which it speaks of graphic violence and why the game will be +18.
This is the full explanation of this organism:
“Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is an adventure game based on characters from the DC Comics franchise. The Suicide Squad, a team of super villains, is on a mission to stop an alien invasion. The game is rated +18 for strong violence.
From a third-person perspective, the player controls a Suicide Squad member to fight various enemies (mainly robots and aliens) in different areas of the city. In each area, the player will have to face a boss in order to progress through the story. There are also secondary objectives that involve rescuing trapped civilians and collecting items to upgrade your equipment.
Some of the city areas are littered with corpses, some of which are missing limbs. These corpses cannot be interacted with. Splashes of purple fluid are frequently seen when enemies take damage. Blood briefly stains the edges of the screen when the player character takes damage. Scenes in the story contain some depictions of violence that are tinged with dark humor, such as scenes involving the amputation of a character’s finger and subsequent jokes being made about the severed finger. Other scenes contain stronger depictions, such as a character with a blade through his neck, another’s heart ripped out, and a decapitated man with blood gushing from the neck stump. In general, these depictions would be more appropriate under a +18 rating where rating guidelines allow depictions of realistic violence, such as killing, maiming, or other serious injury to humanoid characters. The game contains use of foul language.”
Remember that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will arrive next May 26 of this same year and that he will do it exclusively for Xbox Series X|S and other new generation systems, already also excluding previous generation consoles in something that has become a trend. What do you think of the information provided by the Singapore Age Rating Agency?