Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League chapter list & how long to beat
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is split up into numerous different chapters, each housing several missions as you attempt to take down the famous metahumans.
Although Rocksteady’s latest game is built largely as a live service title, it still has a story to play through - and a pretty decent one at that. While the developer is well known for its story-driven antics, this one is sadly slightly shorter than the previous Arkham games.
Here’s a full list of all the chapters you’ll need to complete in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League before you can reach the endgame.
SPOILER WARNING: This guide contains major spoilers for the story of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.
How many chapters and missions are in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League?
In total, there are seven chapters for you to complete in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.
However, the story is technically wrapped up at the end of Chapter 6 - this is when you’ll roll the credits after defeating Brainiac for the first time.
The seventh and final Chapter hosts the game’s endgame content, which we explain further in our guide that explains the ending to Suicide Squad.
As for missions, there are around 62 missions that you’ll need to complete as part of the main story before you will see the main credits roll.
Full chapter and mission list
Here are all seven chapters in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, including the missions you’ll need to complete in each of them:
Chapter 1: Arkham’s Least Wanted
|Chapter 2: Task Forced X
|Chapter 3: Worst Laid Plans
|Chapter 4: You Either Die A Villain…
|Chapter 5: Once More, With Bullets
|Chapter 6: Crisis on Two Earths
|Chapter 7: Finite Crisis
You can view which chapter you’re currently in by heading to the Squad tab on the pause menu. Look to the left of your screen, and you should see a box that tells you which Chapter you’re currently playing.
How long does it take to finish Suicide Squad?
From my experience, it took between 10-12 hours to finish the main story of Suicide Squad. That involved almost mainlining the story missions, with only a few detours to complete a couple of side missions when I felt under-levelled.
If you’re looking to complete all of the side missions as you go, then you can probably expect to spend around 15-20 hours playing the game before you hit the main credits.
However, as Suicide Squad is intended as a live service game, there’s essentially an endless amount of content for you to tackle, with new side missions generated randomly as you grind for new gear. The endgame missions can also be repeated, so if you’re heavily invested in Suicide Squad, you can quite easily spend upwards of 25-30 hours in the game to level up each character to their maximum level.
That’s everything you need to know about how many chapters there are in Suicide Squad, and how long it should take you to finish the game.
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