Are you wondering what difficulty you should play Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League on? Let us help.
There are three difficulty modes to choose from in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. The mode you choose will affect different elements of the game, and ultimately it’s entirely your choice as to what you go for.
The difficulty level you choose in Suicide Squad will affect how many resources you acquire and how much XP you’ll gain as you play. So, play on a harder difficulty and you’ll level up quicker and be able to purchase and customise more gear. Of course, it also means your enemies will be tougher to take down in combat, so there’s a balance to be struck.
The three difficulty levels available are as follows:
- Walk in the Park – essentially easy mode. Choose this if you just want to focus on the game’s story.
- Best Pay Attention – this is the game’s ‘normal’ mode, but you will get some bonuses by choosing this difficulty: there’s an extra 10% XP, and 15% resources. Perhaps start on this then adjust up or down as necessary.
- Sweating Bullets – this is Suicide Squad’s toughest difficulty at the outset, providing a hard challenge. You’ll get 20% bonus XP and 30% resources. Maybe move up to this difficulty if you’ve got good gear and are finding things too easy.
The good news is that you can change difficulty at any point while you’re playing Suicide Squad. So if you’re finding it too hard or too easy, simply head into the menu and change it. And if you’re a trophy or achievement hunter, you’ll be glad to know that there are no difficulty-related trophies to be earned.