Warner Bros Defers Release Of This Multiplayer Anti-Heroes Shooter Game Again - Warner Bros. Discovery (NASDAQ:WBD)

  • Warner Bros. Discovery, Inc WBD has again postponed a Suicide Squad comic book franchise-inspired video gaming launch from May to later this year.
  • Warner Bros deferred the launch to fix bugs and improve the lagging aspects of the game, Bloomberg reports citing familiar sources.
  • Warner Bros eyed the release of the multiplayer shooter game starring a group of comic book anti-heroes Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice Leaguein 2022 until it slipped to 2023 early last year.
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  • When Warner Bros showcased Suicide Squad during a PlayStation event in February, it faced flak due to its service elements, like purchasable cosmetics and a requirement to play online.
  • Warner Bros did not propose overhauling much of the core gameplay that had led to the backlash.
  • Warner’s first game of 2023, Hogwarts Legacy, saw enormous success despite widespread criticism due to Harry Potter creator JK Rowling’s views.
  • In 2022, Warner Bros faced criticism for shelving “Batgirl” for reasons undisclosed.
  • Price Action: WBD shares closed lower by 3.72% at $14.77 on Thursday.

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