Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Looks Like Live Service Hell in Spain
Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad is a new game from the famed game developer that has been highly anticipated by fans of the DC Comics universe. The game is set to be released on August 6th, 2020, and is a live service title that will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. While the game looks to be an exciting and unique take on the popular DC Comics property, it appears that Spain may be in for a rough ride.
The game is set to feature a variety of live service elements, such as daily missions, weekly challenges, and even a battle pass system. However, it looks like the game’s live service elements may be a bit too much for Spain. According to reports from Spanish gaming site Vandal, the game’s live service elements may be too much for the nation’s players.
The issue appears to stem from the fact that the game’s live service elements require players to be online at all times. This is a problem in Spain, as the country’s internet infrastructure is not as reliable as other countries. It’s been reported that the game’s servers are not able to handle the constant influx of players, leading to players experiencing long wait times and disconnects.
It’s also been reported that the game’s daily and weekly challenges are also causing issues. These challenges require players to be online at specific times, which is difficult for players in Spain due to the unreliable internet infrastructure. As a result, players in Spain are unable to complete the challenges, leading to them feeling frustrated and left out.
The battle pass system is also causing issues in Spain. It’s been reported that the battle pass system is too expensive for players in Spain, as the game’s currency is not available in the country. This means that players in Spain are unable to purchase the battle pass, leading to them feeling left out and excluded from the game’s content.
Overall, it looks like Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad may be a bit too much for Spain. The game’s live service elements are causing issues due to the country’s unreliable internet infrastructure, and the battle pass system is too expensive for players in the country. As a result, it appears that the game may be a bit of a nightmare for players in Spain.
While it’s unfortunate that Spain may not be able to fully experience Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad, it’s important to remember that the game is still in development and the developer may be able to address these issues before the game’s full release. Until then, however, it looks like Spain may be in for a rough ride with Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad.