You Can Register for the Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Playtest Today

We've got all the information on signing up for the playtest for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.
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Now is your chance to get your hands on the Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League game before its official release. Warner Bros. Games has opened registration for a closed alpha technical test for the game, giving you the opportunity to experience the game firsthand and provide valuable feedback to the developers.

Remember that you need an e-mail registered with Warner Bros. to join the Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League playtest. Registration for the closed alpha technical test is now open and can be completed on the official website. It is important to note that you will not be guaranteed entry into the test if you register, players will be randomly selected.

The closed alpha technical test will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. For PC players, a game controller or gamepad is recommended. To register for the closed alpha technical test, you will need to answer a few questions about your gaming habits and preferences.

These questions include:

  • What platform(s) do you play games on?
  • Which game genre(s) do you frequently play?
  • What is/are your motivation(s) for playing a game?
  • Have you ever played any of the following games/series?
  • How many hours a week do you spend playing games?

The closed alpha technical test will focus on a specific section of the game’s campaign which will let you test the game’s mechanics, gameplay, and online infrastructure. You’ll get to play as Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, or King Shark as you take on the Justice League in the bustling metropolis of Metropolis.

The closed alpha technical test will take place from Thursday, November 30 at 6am PT to Monday, December 4 at 12am PT. The game is still under development and the test will only represent a limited, specific section of the campaign. The test is highly confidential and participants must sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) that prohibits the sharing of any information related to the test.

Jorge A. Aguilar

Jorge A. Aguilar

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