More than a year after being announced, we’ve finally seen the first in-engine footage of Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, which included looks at the game’s versions of The Flash, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman.Shown off at DC FanDome 2021, a story trailer (which did not reveal a new release date, but reconfirmed a 2022 release) showed the game’s main characters being recruited from Arkham Asylum (the version from Rocksteady’s Batman games, incidentally) and sent to Metropolis to fight a seemingly alien threat.However, the objective is changed to killing the Justice League shortly after their arrival. Interestingly, though, while we definitely see corrupted versions of Superman and The Flash, and what may well be a corrupted Green Lantern (seemingly the John Stewart version), it seems as though Wonder Woman may remain uncorrupted, as we see her fighting Superman along the way. LexCorp also appears to be a big part of the story in some regard – perhaps the source of the issues.There’s also what appears to be a version of the Batmobile, which could hint at an appearance from Rocksteady’s conspicuously absent Dark Knight. We do happen to see the Arkham games’ Penguin, though, who suffers an unfortunate prank that you should probably just watch:After many rumours, Batman Arkham developer announced that is was working on a Suicide Squad game last year, going on to show a reveal trailer at DC FanDome. Set within the Batman Arkham universe, the game will let players take control of Harley Quinn, King Shark, Deadshot, or Captain Boomerang.Each character will come with customisable weapons and unique abilities, and the game can be played either solo (with free character swapping), or up to 4-player co-op. We’d heard almost nothing about the game since that last showing, but we did see some detailed character art in the lead up to the show, as well as the launch of a phone number that lets you prank call Suicide Squad leader/jailer Amanda Waller.Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Character ArtJoe Skrebels is IGN’s Executive Editor of News. Follow him on Twitter. Have a tip for us? Want to discuss a possible story? Please send an email to email@example.com.