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How long does it take to beat Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League?

The reality of live-service is here.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is finally here and despite the rocky road to launch, it seems that there is a game for fans to dive into.

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Being a live-service title many gamers have been skeptical of the content provided on launch and so you’re probably wondering, how much is there to do? And exactly how long will it take me to finish the game?

Well, the answers to those questions are pretty simple, but they might not be what you were hoping for.

How long is Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League?

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While it might not be what fans are hoping to hear, in its current state you’re only going to get between nine and ten hours out of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s story.

We get why you’d be disappointed given the game’s price tag, but the devs do promise to add more content with four seasons proposed for the live-service game. What that new content will look like isn’t immediately clear.

From what the game does contain at the time of publishing, you can get around 20 hours from the game if you do every main and side quest available, this would include unlocking all of the skills for each of the four Suicide Squad members.

Of course, you can replay parts of the game as much as you like, but after that much time, you won’t be getting anything new from the game.

It’s worth noting that depending on the difficulty you play you might need to take some extra time to beat Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, so your playtime might vary from the above, but it seems that those lengths are the general conscious from our experience and other players who have completed the game.

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Ryan Galloway
Ryan is a Senior Staff Writer for Upcomer and has been working at GAMURS since 2020. He covers a wide variety of titles from across the gaming and entertainment space, and can also be found on Dot Esports and We Got This Covered. He boasts a degree in Journalism from Murdoch University.