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Season 2 Roadmap for Kill the Justice League Adds Mrs. Freeze and More

Season 2 Roadmap for Kill the Justice League Adds Mrs. Freeze and More

The next season of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been unveiled by Rocksteady Studios, detailing a roadmap for the game’s upcoming content. The second season is slated to begin on July 11th, featuring two episodes with additional content rolling out between them.

A prominent feature in this season is a gender-bent Elseworlds version of Mr. Freeze, reintroduced as Mrs. Freeze. This new playable character will don a suit to maintain her freezing temperatures, complete with a stylish fur collar. Alongside Mrs. Freeze, a teaser image showcases a weapon pack set to release in this season, highlighting an icy battle-ax. More weapons, such as a frost gun, are also expected.

The upcoming content will primarily focus on classic DC villains, offering a variety of futuristic, part-holographic skins for characters like Harley Quinn, Joker, and Mrs. Freeze. Additionally, Harley Quinn will get a second skin featuring her iconic Arkhamverse look, which will be available for purchase sometime during the season.

The season 2 roadmap for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

Episode 3 of the season, titled “Frozen Hearts,” will introduce new infamy sets and notorious gear. Players can look forward to the Killer Frost infamy set and notorious gear related to Firefly and Parasite.

Additionally, the “Elseworlds Mayhem” map will pit players against Superman and Flash in a brainiac battle, offering an ever-changing Metropolis environment and a new battle pass.

Episode 4, named “Winter,” will bring new infamy and notorious sets tied to Captain Cold, Icicle, and Trickster, ensuring an engaging gameplay experience throughout.

Mid-season updates will not disappoint either, promising new incursions, shop items, and a formidable brainiac fight featuring Green Lantern and Superman.

Rocksteady Studios has also been focusing on ensuring a smoother gaming experience. A recent update aimed at fixing bugs related to server errors, gameplay issues, and game crashes has been rolled out. The update also introduced new banners, emotes, and outfits celebrating Pride Month.

With Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League now available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC, fans have a lot to look forward to with the imminent start of Season 2.

Source: Rocksteady Studios