Suicide Squad was a mess of a movie, and I doubt it would've been any better in game form - so to read the news from Kotaku that Warner Bros. Montreal have canceled their long-rumored Suicide Squad game, shouldn't come as a surprise.
Kotaku reports: "Executives at Warner Bros. decided to axe the Suicide Squad game earlier this month following a long period of turbulence at WB Montreal, according to three people familiar with the studio. The game, which would star DC Comics' eponymous band of anti-heroes, had been in development for at least two years. Hints of its existence had been floating around for just as long. I've heard it was a co-op game-and that it failed to impress Warner Bros. management during greenlight meetings-but not much else".
WB Montreal are now reportedly focused on their new Batman game that will be centered around Damian Wayne, and for those who don't know who that is, he is the son of Batman and Talia al Ghul - and as Wikipedia points out to me, that makes him the grandson of Batman villian Ra's al Ghul.
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