Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Contracts explained & how to get more

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Contracts explained & how to get more
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Written by 

Joshua Boyles


2nd Feb 2024 15:46

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a service game at its heart, with plenty of gameplay systems designed to keep you coming back day after day. One of those systems is Contracts, which challenge you to perform certain feats in the game.

The inclusion of Contracts in Suicide Squad is very similar to how most other live service games operate, but there are a few things you’ll need to be aware of if you want to make the most of them in the game.

What are Contracts in Suicide Squad?

Contracts are daily challenges that you can complete to earn rewards in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. You first unlock them when you meet the character Hack, shortly after you’re ambushed by Batman in the museum.

At the beginning of the game, you can choose up to three challenges to complete, each with different criteria. For example, you might be tasked with killing a certain amount of enemies while sliding, or executing a certain amount of shield harvests on enemies.

The rewards that you get for completing each Contract will vary depending on which one you choose, as they come in varying difficulties. However, you’ll usually be rewarded with some XP and currency which can be used to upgrade your character and weapons.

How to redeem Contract rewards

The contracts menu in Suicide Squad
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Once you’ve completed a Contract, you’ll need to remember to claim your rewards. These aren’t claimed automatically, so you’ll need to head into the menu to grab them yourself.

Thankfully, claiming them is extremely easy. Open up the pause menu and navigate to the ‘Contracts’ tab. Then, select the Contract that you’ve completed from the menu to claim your rewards.

Contract Daily Bonus explained

To make the most out of Contracts, you’ll want to log into Suicide Squad daily. The first two Contracts that you complete each day will reward you with significant bonus XP and currency, which is especially helpful if you’re trying to level up quickly.

Once you’ve completed two challenges within a 24-hour period, you’ll go back to earning the regular old amount of rewards.

You can see when your daily reward timer resets in the Contracts menu, as it shows a countdown clock at the top of the menu counting down to when you can next earn another couple of daily bonuses.

How to get more contracts

The map showing a Hack side mission to unlock more contracts in Suicide Squad
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As mentioned, you can equip up to three Contracts at once when you first unlock the feature. However, you can unlock more Contract slots by completing the Hack side missions.

To find these missions, open up the map and press either the Triangle or Y button depending on if you’re on PlayStation or Xbox. This will open a sidebar menu showing all of the available side missions. Look for the ones with Hack’s logo, and select it.

Every time you complete one of these side missions, you’ll be rewarded with a new Contract slot. Since most Contracts are completed passively while you play the game naturally, it pays to have as many equipped at once as possible.

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So, if you’re serious about levelling up your characters super quickly, be sure to mainline those Hack side missions to unlock the full set of Contract slots. Just be aware that you may need to progress the story before some Hack missions will unlock.

If you’re looking for more Suicide Squad guides, we’ve got plenty more on our homepage. We’ve covered the complete cast list, as well as the DLC roadmap for the future content coming later down the line. If you want to know how to check your mailbox or customise your character, we've got you covered there, too.

Joshua is the Guides Editor at GGRecon. After graduating with a BA (Hons) degree in Broadcast Journalism, he previously wrote for publications such as FragHero and GameByte. You can often find him diving deep into fantasy RPGs such as Skyrim and The Witcher, or tearing it up in Call of Duty and Battlefield. He's also often spotted hiking in the wilderness, usually blasting Arctic Monkeys.

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