We’re days far from any other Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League preview at DC FanDome, however it seems like Rocksteady is commencing an excellent old-fashioned ARG beforehand of time.
The professional Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Twitter account shared the phone quantity (310) 564-7047. Don’t fear, IGN examined it out and you won’t be dialing some poor random individual’s number like what happened in the course of Squid game.
rather, you’ll receive an automatic message from Amanda Waller yelling at Harley Quinn for making prank calls rather than focusing on the assignment. Here’s a full transcript of the “name” below.
“I know this is you, Harley. I’ve given you guns, sources, and full signal-off to execute the Justice League and you’re here spending my time on prank calls? Forestall screwing around and take the objectives down. Now!”
Oh, and in reality don’t text this quantity (you’ll receive a textual content inviting you to opt-in for updates. Preferred message & facts quotes may additionally follow.)
— Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League (@suicidesquadRS) October 12, 2021
What’s extra, if you textual content the variety you’ll get hold of a text from Amanda Waller asking when you have A.R.G.U.S. Clearance. If now not, you’ll be sent a hyperlink where you could choose-in for updates from Rocksteady.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is an upcoming action-adventure, open-world shooter starring the Suicide Squad. Not like Rocksteady’s previous Batman: Arkham DC video games, Suicide Squad features a four-participant co-op where players can take over both Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, or King Shark.
the opposite 3 members of the Squad can be controlled both by other players, or AI if you want to enjoy the sport solo.
A Rocksteady Suicide Squad sport turned into rumored for years before formally being discovered at DC FanDome in 2020. DC FanDome is promising another appearance this weekend together with new trailers for upcoming films just like the Batman, Aquaman and the lost state, and extra.
Matt T.M. Kim is IGN’s news Editor. You could reach him @lawoftd.