Rocksteady tackles access issues for the Deluxe Edition DLC in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

Rocksteady Studios acknowledges an issue with the Deluxe Edition DLC of the game Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and is actively working on a resolution.

Players have reported issues with accessing content from the Deluxe Edition DLC. Rocksteady Studios, the developer behind the title, has acknowledged these concerns and is working towards a solution.

The Deluxe Edition, which offers an enhanced gaming experience with extra content, appears to have encountered a problem preventing players from accessing the features. Although the exact details of the issue are not precise, some players expressed dissatisfaction and called for more information.

Rocksteady Studios, known for their player-centric approach and acclaimed titles, responded quickly. In a recent statement, they assured the community that they are not only aware of the issue but are also in the process of devising a fix.

As per the official Discord, this is what Rocksteady said:

We are aware that some players are having issues obtaining their Deluxe Edition DLC in-game. We are currently working on a fix and will provide an update as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience!

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