In just a handful of hours, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will release on PS5 via its Deluxe Edition. Marking the first moment it's available to the public, you'd rightly expect reviews from media outlets to have been published by now to help you decide whether it's worth picking up or not — including our own. However, that's not what is happening with Suicide Squad.
Push Square finds itself in the same predicament as every other gaming website looking to share its own Suicide Squad verdict: review code won't be sent out until tomorrow's release day, and so we can't bring you timely coverage of the PS5 title. This is a fairly common practice for live-service games that rely on active servers to play, but it was hoped access would be provided slightly earlier than launch day due to the fact you can play the game on your own.
Therefore, we'll start work on our Suicide Squad PS5 review at the same time everyone else begins playing. We'll look to post some early impressions as soon as possible, then deliver a comprehensive review early next week. Liam Croft will provide the site's verdict, who has a fondness for the Batman: Arkham titles and an interest in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.
Are you waiting for review to hit, or do you want to jump into Suicide Squad straight away? Let us know your plans in the comments below.