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The Alpha Test was lifted after negative previews.

TechnologyThe Alpha Test was lifted after negative previews.

WB Games and Rocksteady are partially lifting the non-disclosure agreement surrounding a previous alpha test of the upcoming Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. Several outlets and content creators posted previews of Rocksteady's open-world co-op looter-shooter supervillain game, Suicide Squad, earlier this week. Many people were unhappy with the upcoming DC game, which included clunky combat, bad controls, boring missions, live-service annoyances, bland loot, and a lack of mechanical diversity. Rocksteady is trying to shift the narrative around its delayed co-op game by letting players talk online about the early part of the game. We want to give players an opportunity to discuss what it's like to play as characters like Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and King Shark, and we've heard the community requests.

Rocksteady made it clear to Kotaku that the rest of theNDA still applied, asking players to not share any images or videos from the closed test. The recent previews weren't glowing and many, myself included, heard that a lot of folks who got a chance to play a large chunk of the game in November enjoyed it. It is nice that these players will be able to freely share their experience playing the alpha without fear of lawyers or legal issues. On February 2, Kill the Justice League will be available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

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