Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Tier List

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has finally been released. In this article, we’ve shared the fundamental features of 4 different uniquely playable characters and ranked them based on their impact in the game. Although Harley Quinn is a favorite for many of us, she’s a bit underpowered right now. Hopefully, we’ll see her in better rankings with upcoming updates. Now, let’s dive into our tier list that best fits the meta according to the game’s latest update!

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Tier List

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Tier List Table

King Shark

Weapons

  • Heavy Weapons
  • Assault Rifles
  • Shotguns

Traversal Method

  • Apex Jumps and Pounces

Playstyles: Artillery, Predator, Survivor

Enter Nanaue, the true “metahuman” of the squad, better known as “King Shark.” With his demigod status, superhuman strength, and unmistakable appearance, King Shark stands out as the most unique member of Task Force X. Armed with both brawn and heavy weaponry, he’s a force to be reckoned with.

Choosing King Shark is a brilliant move for those who revel in plunging into the thick of battle with colossal weaponry, becoming a one-shark wrecking crew to bulldoze through enemy defenses and deliver devastating blows while soaking up damage that others might shy away from.

King Shark’s weapon preference leans towards shotguns, assault rifles, and especially heavy weapons. Unleash his colossal melee attacks by crashing into the enemy, tearing apart survivors with his overwhelming firepower. While he may be less effective at a distance, King Shark thrives up close and personal, employing cleavers, hooks, and razor-sharp teeth in his melee onslaught.

Unlike his Suicide Squad peers, King Shark relies on no fancy tech for mobility. His demigod powers allow for swift charging, facilitating giant leaps across the battlefield—whether lunging forward or soaring into the air. He can even perform three rapid air-dashes to finely control his aerial movements.

Mastering King Shark’s traversal is crucial, as his Traversal Attack lets him cannonball from above, smashing into enemies and dealing massive damage before the guns come into play. His Suicide Strike, a heavyweight move, inflicts tremendous damage on a single target and increases the likelihood of harvesting shields from all nearby enemies for you and your teammates. Embrace the power of the demigod, and let King Shark reign supreme on the battlefield.

Deadshot

Weapons

  • Sniper Rifles
  • Pistols
  • Assault Rifles

Traversal Method

  • Jetpack

Playstyles: Bomber, Sharpshooter, Tactician

Enter Floyd Lawton, alias Deadshot (not to be confused with the imposter pulling off his name shenanigans during the Arkham City events). A true maestro with a firearm, Deadshot is renowned for never missing a critical shot. Armed with wrist-mounted firearms and a newly added jetpack, he’s a lethal force on the battlefield.

While Deadshot’s expertise lies in long-range weaponry like sniper rifles, he’s no slouch in close-quarters combat. His wrist-mounted guns enable a variety of surprise attacks. Nevertheless, his sniper rifle mastery caters to those who prefer a more calculated approach. Use his jetpack to gain elevation before aiming down the sights, gracefully floating out of reach to secure those precise headshots.

His distinctive traversal skill involves a hijacked jetpack, offering unparalleled precision in rooftop navigation. Whether swiftly boosting forward or hovering precisely, Deadshot can position himself perfectly before taking a shot from a distance. Keep in mind, though, that the jetpack isn’t infinite; short cooldowns are needed for the fuel to replenish before boosting again. This adds an extra layer of strategy, especially when attempting midair headshots.

Unlike his Task Force X counterparts, Deadshot’s wrist-mounted weapons serve as effective melee attacks, granting him a decent range from opponents without the need to get too close. This proficiency allows him to keep his distance from enemies, although he may struggle when surrounded. Fortunately, Deadshot possesses a special traversal attack to disengage quickly, unleashing his jetpack fuel to scatter and dismantle nearby foes.

Deadshot’s Suicide Strike packs a punch, dealing significant damage to a single target while making nearby enemies susceptible to extra critical hits for a brief period. Choose your targets wisely, and let Deadshot’s precision turn the tides in your favor.

Captain Boomerang

Weapons

  • Sniper Rifles
  • Shotguns
  • SMGs

Traversal Method

  • Speedforce Gauntlet

Playstyles: Charger, Hit-n-Runner, Ranger

Meet Captain Boomerang, the wisecracking criminal extraordinaire, also known as George Harkness. His weapon of choice? Boomerangs, thrown with lethal precision. As a frequent thorn in the side of the Flash, his sharp tongue often lands him in hot water, though he’s usually right where he wants to be.

If you’re a fan of the speedster vibe, Captain Boomerang is your ticket. Harkness employs a nifty traversal mechanic to zip around the battlefield, effortlessly blinking in and out of close quarters. His signature boomerangs become tools of chaos, launching enemies into the air for a follow-up assault with his shotgun or SMG.

Like Deadshot, Captain Boomerang utilizes melee attacks to strike enemies from a respectable distance (not as far-reaching as Deadshot’s wrist guns). Combining these melee moves with firearms creates a deadly combo, delivering impactful 1-2 punches. His Suicide Strike packs a serious punch, dealing substantial damage to a single foe and generously dropping extra grenade ammo for your allies.

His traversal trick relies on a Speedforce Gauntlet. Toss a boomerang, and with a swift teleportation move, find yourself wherever it lands in an instant. With enough airtime, this can be executed consecutively. The gauntlet also grants up to three rapid “blinks,” allowing you to zip forward, diving into the fray or escaping danger. Employ this traversal attack to dance back and forth among a group of enemies, swiftly dismantling them before they can react. Captain Boomerang is all about speed, chaos, and strategic mayhem.

Harley Quinn

Weapons

  • Pistols
  • Heavy Weapons
  • SMGs

Traversal Method

  • Grapnel Gun + Bat-Drone

Playstyles: Detonator, Run-n-Gunner, Slugger

Meet Harleen Quinzel, the once criminal psychologist at Arkham Asylum now famously known as the erratic Harley Quinn. Having evolved beyond her partnership with the Joker, she’s now a vital part of Task Force X, showcasing her trademark gymnastic prowess, a touch of insanity, and a penchant for delivering beatdowns with a baseball bat.

Choosing Harley is a fantastic call for those who love the thrill of running and gunning. She leans towards weapons with a faster rate of fire, excelling with Heavy Weapons and SMGs. Utilizing her nimble traversal abilities, she can zip behind enemies for a relentless spray-down or unleash explosive shots from her pistol to maximize damage on critical targets. Tweak her talents to amplify the destructive force of her grenades and speed up their accumulation.

Her unique traversal skill borrows from Batman’s tech, enabling her to employ his grapnel gun to swiftly zip to a mobile Bat-Drone tailing her. This tool proves handy for rapid ascents to rooftops or gaining advantageous positions in the heat of action.

Mastering Harley’s traversal might pose a bit of a challenge compared to other Task Force X members, requiring some dedicated time to fully unleash her potential. While her glider has a cooldown between swings, clever use of grapnel boosts allows her to zip up to building ledges (reminiscent of Batman in the Arkham games) during cooldown resets. By skillfully alternating between swinging from the drone and boosting off ledges, you can achieve high-speed maneuverability, deftly navigating around enemy blockades to dodge shields and gunfire. However, be mindful that in open areas with limited ledges, your movement options might be somewhat restricted compared to your squad mates.

Harley’s Suicide Strike packs a wallop, dealing massive damage with her bat. As a bonus, it drops shield fragments for you and all allies in the vicinity. Additionally, she can execute a Traversal Attack, leaping into the air using the drone and slamming back down with her mallet to inflict damage over a broad area.