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Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Age Rating Supports Previous Plot Leak




A new age rating for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League reveals that it's going to be a pretty bloody Game, but some of the deaths detailed in the rating also line up with some recent plot leaks.

After years of delays and waiting, we finally get an extended look at Gameplay for Rocksteady's long-awaited Suicide Squad Game later today. Ahead of the State of Play showcase later, the IMDA rating boards gave the Game a mature age rating, before taking the description from the site. Along with giving some more detail on what we do in the Game, the details of the age rating also confirm that Kill the Justice League is going to be a pretty bloody Game.

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Most interesting of all, however, is that two of the gory deaths detailed in the description seem to match a plot leak from earlier in the year. Although none of these details are by any means confirmed, if you're sensitive about potential spoilers for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, it's worth clicking away now.

As pointed out by Swankey___ on the GamingLeaksAndRumours subreddit, two specific deaths match up with a plot leak from January that described a pretty brutal death scene for both the Flash and Batman towards the end of the Game. In that plot leak, it's suggested that Captain Boomerang decapitates the Flash and then kills Batman too in the process, the boomerang apparently getting stuck in his throat as he dies.

That's grim and almost sounds too dark to be true, but the IMDA rating specifically mentions death scenes involving, "a character with a blade impaled in the neck, another’s heart being ripped out, and a man being decapitated with blood spurting out of the neck stump", which lines up with what was mentioned in the plot leak.

It's by no means concrete evidence that the leak was true, but it's an interesting similarity between the two that suggests there might have been some truth to it. We'll have to wait till the full Gameplay showcase to see if there are any more obvious similarities between the two.

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