Word is that Warner Bros Montreal has scrapped its long-in-development Suicide Squad game – despite it being in production for two years. The title – which would have seen you take control of the eponymous band of anti-heroes – was never formally announced, but was rumoured to be a co-op title. Apparently, it failed to impress upper-management.
The team, which last deployed Batman: Arkham Origins all the way back in 2013, will now apparently turn its attention back to the Dark Knight, with a new title starring Damian Wayne purportedly in the pipeline. With the Suicide Squad movie earning less than favourable reviews, this is probably the right business call – but two years of scrapped work will surely add some red pen to Warner Bros' financials.