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Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is scheduled for a February 2 global release. However, players who purchased the more expensive Deluxe Edition had 72 hours of Early Access. Unfortunately, Rocksteady was forced to pull their servers offline because of a bug that caused the game to autocomplete when players logged in.

Rocksteady Is Gifting Suicide Squad Early Access Players Around $20 For Server Glitch

Some bitter players quickly asked for a refund citing that it was no longer 72 hours early access. Rocksteady was listening and has decided to make it up to the affected players by sending them 2,000 in-game currency which was estimated to be worth around $20. The gift came as in-game mail titled “Thanks for your Support”. The message that followed read:

“Thank you for being one of our first console players during early access of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. We recognize that you’ve been patient with us during our initial launch server updates and we’d like to show our appreciation for your patience with a special gift of 2,000 LuthorCoins. Thank you again! –  Rocksteady.”

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In Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, LuthorCoin is a prized asset that can be used to purchase character skins. An average skin in the game costs around 1,000 LuthorCoins. However, the “Legendary” and “Deluxe” variant skins can cost as much as 2,000 LuthorCoins.

Rocksteady Is Gifting Suicide Squad Early Access Players Around $20 For Server Glitch

After the game launched for early access, Rocksteady was forced to take the servers offline within the launch hour due to the autocomplete bug. Hours later, Rocksteady announced that it had discovered the cause of the problem and was “testing a fix”. Rocksteady later announced further maintenance that lasted around 1 hour.

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“We will be entering scheduled maintenance mode at 3:30 am PT,” Rocksteady wrote. “Players who are online at this time will be logged out. The game will be offline until maintenance has been completed. Thanks to everyone who’s been playing so far.”

Kevin Conroy will be heard beyond Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

Rocksteady Is Gifting Suicide Squad Early Access Players Around $20 For Server Glitch

When Kevin Conroy died in 2022, it was widely believed that Suicide Squad: kill the Justice League would be his last video game appearance. Conroy was famous for his legendary performance as Batman. It has been confirmed that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League would be the last time his voice will appear in a game, but not the last that fans will hear his voice in cinema.

According to IGN, citing a source familiar with the matter, the actor will make posthumous appearances in upcoming Batman movies and television series. One of the appearances would be in the upcoming animated series titled Bruce Timm’s Batman: Caped Crusader. It happened that the late actor recorded for the show before his demise.

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The other upcoming movie that will be voiced by the late actor is Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths. The first part of the trilogy was released earlier this month but there is no set date for the release of the second and third parts. It was confirmed that Conroy will voice Bruce Wayne/Batman—although the same cannot be said of Timm’s Batman: Caped Crusader.

Rocksteady Is Gifting Suicide Squad Early Access Players Around $20 For Server Glitch

Conroy shot to fame through his exceptional voice performance as Batman both in the Arkham video game series and in the animated series. Conroy’s performance in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has generated some controversy. The way Batman was killed unceremoniously was seen as a bad farewell to the late voice actor.

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“It blows my mind thinking how we could have got a Batman Beyond game for Kevin Conroy’s final performance from Rocksteady instead of Suicide Squad,” wrote @BitCloudGaming. “I’m not gonna jump on here and add to the fire but make no mistake this game is an unsatisfying ending to the iconic Arkham Series.”

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League controversy has been spearheaded by those who feel offended that Rocksteady decided to kill their favorite heroes. Last weekend, IGN reported that Warner Bros. denied them review code for the game which sparked further controversies.


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