One of the Most Controversial Games of 2024 Now Has a Free Trial on PS Plus Premium

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Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, one of the most contentious games of 2024, is now available for free to PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers. This means that anyone can try the game without having to pay an additional penny. Even if some might have liked the addition of a more popular game, tests such as this let PlayStation Plus members try out contentious games and form their own opinions about ones they might not have otherwise touched.

PlayStation fans have recently been treated to a lot of excellent releases across all three tiers of Sony's Game Pass-like subscription service, despite some news of significant exits. Some of the best PlayStation Plus titles that have been introduced to the Extra and Premium tiers of the program recently include Dave the Diver, Marvel's Midnight Suns, Resident Evil 3, Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier, and Tales of Vesperia. But in addition to the acquisition of fresh games from PlayStation's constantly growing library,

With the "free trials" option, PlayStation Plus Premium customers may also test out a limited selection of recent titles at no additional cost. It's true that some of the games introduced to the free trial library are more thrilling than others, and this most recent addition is a game that caused quite a stir when it was released earlier this year.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is the game in question, and according to the PlayStation Store, all PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers can presently play the contentious live service game for free. The most recent game from Batman: Arkham creator Rocksteady Studios, which was released back in February 2024, received a mixed bag of reviews from critics and fans alike. Many felt that the quality had significantly declined from the company's previous attempts, largely because of the game's tacked-on microtransactions, repetitious task design, and contentious story choices. The eight-year wait between this game and 2015's Batman: Arkham Knight was made even more agonizing by the fact that the majority of players found the game to be disappointing.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is the game in question, and according to the PlayStation Store, all PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers can presently play the contentious live service game for free. The most recent game from Batman: Arkham creator Rocksteady Studios, which was released back in February 2024, received a mixed bag of reviews from critics and fans alike. Many felt that the quality had significantly declined from the company's previous attempts, largely because of the game's tacked-on microtransactions, repetitious task design, and contentious story choices. The eight-year wait between this game and 2015's Batman: Arkham Knight was made even more agonizing by the fact that the majority of players found the game to be disappointing.

Despite the extremely mixed reviews this game garnered, some people might still want to give it a try to see whether they end up like it. Ultimately, there would be no harm in giving the game a free two-hour trial. If Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League isn't something you're interested in playing on PlayStation Plus Premium, you might want to try out some of the greatest games of 2023, like Spider-Man 2 and Alan Wake 2.

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