4 DC Characters That Need to Be Playable Characters in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (3 That Don’t)

Here are some fan favorites from the Suicide Squad, and some not so popular.

4 DC Characters That Need to Be Playable Characters in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (3 That Don't)

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  • As we near the release date for Suicide Squad, here are some popular characters that could be turned into playable characters.
  • Featuring characters such as Weasel and Killer Croc.
  • Captain Boomerang, Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and King Shark, already been confirmed.
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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be released in less than a week, and we will be looking at some characters that we would like to see in the latest Rocksteady Games. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is an action shooter developed by Rocksteady Studios and produced by Warner Bros Games. The release date is set for February 2, 2024. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League follows four Super-Villains, which will be Captain Boomerang, Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and King Shark.

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These characters are assembled by Amanda Waller to stop the alien invader, Brainiac, and kill the Justice League members who have been brainwashed by Brainiac. This game will be open-world This spin-off comes after the last instalment of the Batman Arkham series You will be able to play as a single player, or you can play CO-OP with up to three friends, where you can each play as one of the four players available. Also, the game will feature Kevin Conroy in his final performance as Batman after his passing away on November 10, 2022.

7.Chato Santana / El Diablo (want)

4 DC Characters That Need to Be Playable Characters in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (3 That Don't)
El Diablo is Spanish for the devil.

First on our list is Chato Santana, also known as El Diablo, which is Spanish for the Devil. There are different versions of El Diablo throughout the DC universe. The version I would like to see as a future playable character is the tattoo-covered ex-gang leader, riddled with guilt after killing his family in a moment of anger. After this tragedy, the character vowed to never become the devil until he was forced into the suicide squad by Amanda Waller. Just imagine fighting enemies and being able to turn into the devil.

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6. Milton (don’t want)

4 DC Characters That Need to Be Playable Characters in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (3 That Don't)
Who is Milton? is a very apt question.

As we move on, who even is Milton? Milton is a character in Suicide Squad who not many fans know much about, and there isn’t overly much to say about this character. He is an asset to Task Force X. As the story progresses in the DC universe, he is basically a bilingual taxi driver for Task Force X. Milton drove Task Force X on their missions in his pickup truck. In Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, I feel Milton would be a very boring character to play if he were introduced as a playable character.

5. Killer Croc (want)

4 DC Characters That Need to Be Playable Characters in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (3 That Don't)
Killer Croc would be great in a fight.

Waylon Jones, also known as Killer Croc, is one of the most dangerous characters from the Suicide Squad, as his rage knows no bounds. When Waylon Jones was born, he was born with a rare genetic disease that left him with reptilian traits. In turn, this killed his mother, and he was left in the care of his auntie.

What makes Killer Croc such an aggressive character is that Waylon Jones was raised by his abusive and alcoholic auntie, who would call him things like “lizard boy” and “reptilian freak.”. One day, Killer Croc killed his aunt, and after this, he went on to become a prolific criminal in Gotham City. So I think such an aggressive, angry, and violent beast would be great to have as a playable character.

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4. Clock King (don’t want)

4 DC Characters That Need to Be Playable Characters in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (3 That Don't)
One of the most boring characters in the DC universe.

With the numerous villains in the Suicide Squad franchise, Clock King would be, in my opinion, one of the most boring. The Clock King is mostly known for his impeccable sense of time, intelligence, and technological prowess. He doesn’t rate my playable characters. In the DC universe, he could be a formidable force, but to play in an action-fighting game, I do not believe he will be of any use.

3.  Katana (want)

4 DC Characters That Need to Be Playable Characters in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (3 That Don't)
Katana, the samurai warrior.

Katana is a brutal character in the Suicide Squad franchise, originally starting out as a superhero but later becoming a villain. This skilled samurai warrior is adept with a sword while also switching to throwing stars.

Katana’s backstory is very dark, including the death of her husband, whose soul is trapped in her sword, which is appropriately named Soultaker, as when she eliminates her enemies, there souls will be trapped in her sword. With the skills of her sword and throwing stars, I believe that Katana would be a fantastic playable character in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

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2. Weasel (don’t want)

4 DC Characters That Need to Be Playable Characters in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (3 That Don't)
Weasel is a horrific-looking creature.

There isn’t really much to say about how Weasel actually came to be, but as the stories progressed, Weasel was accused of causing havoc, which may have included killing 27 children. It was captured and forced by Amanda Waller to help Task Force X. It is safe to say I don’t really see much hope for this creature as a playable character in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

1. Rick Flag (want)

4 DC Characters That Need to Be Playable Characters in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (3 That Don't)
Rick Flag, the military man geared up.

Many fans may not agree with this selection of the top spot but Rick Flag, in my opinion, takes it The story of Rick Flag in the Suicide Squad is that he is meant to be the leader of these criminals. Being a straight-laced leading the Suicide Squad to complete there missions while trying to stay within the parameters of the law, Rick Flag only answers Amamda Waller.

Rick Flag, being a military man, is proficient in many aspects of leadership but also knows how to fight. With his extensive combat training in armed and unarmed combat, Flag also has a vast knowledge of using a wide range of weaponry used by soldiers in the US military. I feel that Rick Flag would be a great player to introduce to Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

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