Kill The Justice League is available as a free download and available on PC, for a limited time only.

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is available as a free download and can be kept on PC, for a limited time only.

Download this 2024 title at no extra cost

Ahead of Amazon’s upcoming Prime Day, it has been revealed that Prime subscribers will have the chance to get their hands on a 2024 action shooter at no extra cost.

Amazon is set to celebrate its 10th Prime Day event on July 16-17, and in addition to the millions of deals available on its website, Prime members can also look forward to exclusive video game deals.

Check out our gameplay preview of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League below!

This includes three video games that subscribers will be able to download and keep at no additional cost. They include: Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, Chivalry 2, And The Rise of the Tomb Raider.

Starting July 16 at midnight PST, Amazon Prime members will be able to grab these titles for free and with consideration Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League It’s a 2024 title, it’s an incredible deal.

Released in January, Kill the Justice League from Rocksteady Studios is based on the Suicide Squad DC comics and acts as a spin-off of the Batman: Arkham series.

However, the action shooter didn’t have the smoothest launch due to leaks, delays, and general player dissatisfaction with the direction the story was taking.

That being said, we still had a great time with it here at GAMINGbible and our review sums up our thoughts.

“Eventually Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a decent enough sequel to the beloved Arkham series, although I can’t shake the feeling that it’s not the type of game Rocksteady Studios wanted to make after Batman: Arkham Knight”, we can read in our review.

“While the combat is fun and enjoyable to play with friends, the variety of missions makes it repetitive after a while, and the fact that the game is always so repetitive doesn’t really help with that.”

If you’re not sure whether or not to play, getting it for free through Prime Gaming will make the decision much easier.

Main image credits: Warner Bros Games

Topics: Batman, DC, Amazon, Free Games