In the dark and treacherous streets of Metropolis, an unexpected twist awaits players of Rocksteady's Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. As if the task of taking down the Justice League wasn't daunting enough, players have stumbled upon a peculiar Easter egg that centers around none other than The Dark Knight himself.

Picture this: you're minding your own business, leisurely strolling through the virtual cityscape, when suddenly you feel an eerie presence. You glance over your shoulder, and there he is—Batman, standing tall and menacing on top of a Wonder Woman statue. How did he get there? What's he doing? These questions race through your mind as you try to make sense of the situation. But before you can fully process the encounter, the Caped Crusader vanishes into thin air, leaving behind only a swarm of bats.

Yes, you heard it right. The streets of Metropolis are haunted by an evil Batman. This mysterious apparition appears when you least expect it, watching your every move. It's like having your own personal Gotham guardian, except this one is shrouded in darkness and seems to have a wicked streak. One moment he's perched atop a statue, the next he's gone, leaving you to wonder if it was all just a figment of your imagination.

This unexpected encounter has left players in awe and fueled speculation among the gaming community. Is this Batman an ally or a foe? Is he secretly aiding the Suicide Squad in their mission, or is he an obstacle they must overcome? The enigma surrounding this dark vigilante only adds to the excitement and intrigue of the game.

But that's not all! As if the ghostly Batman wasn't enough, there's a surprising revelation for fans of the late Kevin Conroy's iconic portrayal of Batman. Many believed that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League would be the last time we would hear Conroy's distinctive voice breathe life into the Dark Knight. However, it has now come to light that Conroy recorded two more roles before his passing.

In a stroke of fate, fans will have the opportunity to hear Conroy's unmistakable voice once again in DC's animated film Crisis On Infinite Earths: Part 3. This unexpected gift from the depths of the voice actor's final performances adds a poignant touch to the already emotionally charged game. It's a bittersweet reminder of Conroy's incredible talent and his lasting impact on the world of Batman.

As we eagerly await the release of Crisis On Infinite Earths: Parts 2 and 3, the mystery of the evil Batman continues to captivate our imaginations. What other surprises await us in the dark corners of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League? Only time will tell.

In the meantime, Rocksteady has been generous to Deluxe Edition players, providing them with in-game currency to enhance their experience. It's clear that the developers are committed to delivering a top-notch gaming adventure, and they're going the extra mile to reward their dedicated fans.

If you want to stay up to date with all the latest Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League news and uncover more secrets of the game, be sure to check out our detailed story on Rocksteady's motivations behind the Deluxe Edition perks. Additionally, explore our coverage of what unfolds after the events of Batman: Arkham Knight, according to the Suicide Squad narrative.

The world of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is full of surprises, from the enigmatic presence of the evil Batman to the unexpected return of Kevin Conroy's iconic voice. It's a game that keeps players guessing and leaves them hungry for more. So buckle up, gather your squad, and prepare for an adventure that will challenge your skills and ignite your imagination.

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