Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League
Technically, you wouldn't be playing as one of the good guys in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. Instead, you can choose to be one of DC's most iconic villains and take down the greatest groups of heroes ever united. This twist on superhero narratives comes from the hands of Rocksteady, the studio behind the acclaimed Batman: Arkham saga.
Unfortunately, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League could be the most controversial game on this list, as its live-service components and a few questionable decisions have made fans hesitant to purchase it. The good thing is that the game will hit shelves on February 2, 2024, just a few days away now. That means we're very close to knowing if Rocksteady has another major hit on their hands or their first major disappointment.
Monolith Productions' Wonder Woman
It's been three years since the reveal of Wonder Woman, and since then Monolith has been completely silent about it. Perhaps 2024 will be the year were we finally learn more about this highly anticipated project. After all, it's pretty common nowadays for companies to announce a game just to generate excitement, even if no official development has started yet. So while we wait for a statement about the game's status, it's time to recap everything we know so far.
Wonder Woman will be an open-world, single-player project that will feature a completely original story. Besides, it will mark the return of the Nemesis System, an innovative mechanic that was first used in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor that sees enemies remember your actions and seek revenge against you in different ways. Aside from that, there's unfortunately not too much else that's been revealed. So let's hope that we get more news about Monolith's Wonder Woman sooner rather than later.