Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Gets a Big Discount on PC, Drops to Just .69

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Gets a Big Discount on PC, Drops to Just $35.69

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is currently down to just $35.69 at Green Man Gaming (£30.59 in the UK), which is a significant 49% off from its MSRP of $69.99. The Deluxe Edition also dropped to $45.89 (was $89.99). Those are big savings and well worth considering if you want to experience the controversy of killing the Justice League yourself.

There are plenty of other amazing PC deals going right now as well, including Dragon’s Dogma 2 preorders that have already been discounted, alongside Helldivers 2 at an absolute steal at Fanatical using their latest promo code. All the deals we mentioned are also Steam codes, in case you were wondering.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (PC)

Its Deluxe Edition being cheaper than the standard version of Suicide Squad on PS5 didn’t last long, but it does mean the game is now significantly cheaper for anyone interested in checking it out on PC. Season One is also kicking off on March 28, including the Joker as a playable character, so there’s some new content to look forward to already if you jump in now.

As already announced, Rocksteady didn’t release a patch for Suicide Squad last week to focus on getting the game ready for the launch of Season One later this month. The first season launches just under two months after Rocksteady’s embattled live-service looter shooter came out, and just two weeks after Rocksteady parent company Warner Bros. Discovery admitted Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League “has fallen short of our expectations”.

Keep an eye out on @IGNDeals via Twitter/X for more top gaming deals, check out our latest Daily Deals column, or even have a gander at the Best PS5 deals for even more discounts. Otherwise, if Suicide Squad isn’t your cup of tea, more gaming deal news right now includes the Spider-Man 2 PS5 Digital Slim bundles dropping to just $400 at retailers like Walmart, Amazon, and Best Buy.

Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.



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