Kill the Justice League Ending: Now that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is fully playable, a lot of fans are wondering why the game ended the way it did. The newest game in Rocksteady’s critically acclaimed DC game series—which also includes Batman: Arkham City and Batman: Arkham Asylum—is Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. The narrative centres on the Suicide Squad as they traverse Metropolis in an attempt to repel Brainiac’s brainwashed and villainous Justice League members.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Ending Explained
Amanda Waller forms Task Force X, popularly known as the Suicide Squad, in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League in order to prevent Brainiac from destroying their world.
They are taken to Earth-2 in the narrative, an alternate reality where that iteration of Brainiac has already destroyed almost everything.
They do, however, encounter Luthor-2, Earth-2’s rendition of Lex Luthor. Since Luthor-1 has already perished, Luthor-2 is need to assist the Suicide Squad.
After Luthor-2 returns them to Earth-1, the Suicide Squad searches for the Justice League members who Brainiac hypnotised and turned evil.
Harley Quinn kills Batman towards the conclusion of the game in an attempt to draw Superman out. When the Last Son of Krypton appears, Brainiac changed his DNA to make it more resistant to regular Kryptonite, forcing the Suicide Squad to employ Gold Kryptonite weapons.
After Superman is ultimately killed by Task Force X, Brainiac appears and kidnaps them all with the intention of brainwashing them all to support his cause.
Nevertheless, Luthor-2 saves the day, teleports them off, and then tells them where Brainiac is and that there are 13 Brainiacs in all across the Multiverse. In order to save the Multiverse, he also says that even if they kill one of them, they will still need to find and eliminate the others.
The Suicide Squad is then dispatched to Brainiac’s location, where they fight him until they succeed—despite the fact that he is capable of using Flash’s Speed Force—capture him, and return him to Luthor-2 on Earth-1.
Waiting for them upon their return to Earth-1 are Waller and Luthor-2. But it appears that Brainiac has passed away, which is problematic because Lex’s Dataspike can only function on subjects who are alive.
However, the villain is still alive and is sitting upright, gazing at Luthor. Waller pushes the Dataspike into his forehead while he’s preoccupied, causing Brainiac’s entire network from his ship to download onto the gadget.
But Brainiac dies when the Dataspike has done downloading its data. The Suicide Squad then intends to travel through several realms in search of the 12 Brainiacs that are still alive and eliminate them.
Are the Justice League Members Really Dead?
The Suicide Squad is compelled to eliminate every member of the Justice League in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, with the exception of Wonder Woman, who appears to be resistant to Brainiac’s brainwashing.
This indicates that Batman, Green Lantern, Flash, and Superman will all die in the plot.
Wonder Woman meets her end at the hands of the villainous Superman, so although the Suicide Squad does not kill her, she too perishes in the end.
While it may seem unbelievable to many fans that Rocksteady would eliminate every important superhero in its universe, they are all genuinely dead as of right now and might not come back.
It’s crucial to remember, though, that the game makes some indications that the Justice League might be able to survive in some sequences.
For instance, Flash’s fingers grow back after being severed at one time. In a different incident, Wonder Woman uses Kryptonite to critically hurt Superman, but he makes it out alive.
Given that Brainiac changed the Justice League’s DNA, it’s possible that their wounds will eventually heal. With the possible exception of Wonder Woman, Rocksteady may revive the whole Justice League and utilise their genetic modifications to justify it.
Fans can safely presume that the Justice League members are dead as of right now, though.