Alright, fellow gamers, buckle up because we’re diving into the chaos of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. The game has dropped, and you can team up with your buds to wreak havoc on the Justice League and put a stop to Brainiac’s Metropolis invasion. It’s a live-service, always-online gig, meaning you and your squad can jump in and out anytime, ensuring maximum mayhem in this Brainiac-infested city.
Now, playing with your pals is a blast, but hold your horses; it’s not a straightforward entrance into the multiplayer extravaganza. You’ve got to earn your stripes by completing a mission or two in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.
Complete The Intro Missions
When you fire up the game, you’re thrust into a sneak peek of the action to come. Starting in Chapter 1: Arkham’s Least Wanted, you’ll solo your way through until you’re inside the Hall of Justice. Here are the missions you gotta nail to unlock multiplayer:
- Beginning of the End
- Suicide Mission
- Arkham, Night
- Demolition Squad
These missions are a breeze, acting as simple tutorials for each squad member. Once you reach the Hall of Justice, the next mission, Five Finger Discount, will pop up, confirming that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League matchmaking is a go!
The Squad Menu in the game is your hub. From here, you can check out your roster, switch loadouts, swap characters, and invite friends. To bring in your pals, hit that L3 button, and you’ll find an online tab showing friends across platforms like PS5, PC, and Xbox Series X|S. Pick a friend, send an invite, and if they accept, boom – your main squad character joins the party, regardless of duplicates.
And here’s a heads-up: if your squad isn’t the OG four, you might catch some audio and story quirks. Missing King Shark? No worries, you’ll still hear him babbling and catch him in cutscenes, subbing in for the absent character.
Once the squad’s set, hit “Join The Action,” and you’re back where you left off or with the host player, unless they’re knee-deep in combat. You can bail from the session anytime from the Squad Menu.
How To Add Friends From Other Platforms
Now, here’s the scoop – Kill The Justice League supports crossplay. To team up with pals on different platforms, create a WB Games Account, verify it, hit up Account Settings on the WB Games website, click on WB Friends, and manage that friend list. Toss in your buddies’ usernames, send friend requests, and in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s Squad invite menu, you’ll spot your online friends and their platforms.
There you have it, folks – the lowdown on diving into co-op chaos in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.