Ladies and gentlemen, it's time for a leaderboard shake-up! Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has discovered a bugged effect that was scaling infinitely, throwing the balance of power out the window. But fear not, Rocksteady Studios is on the case, ready to nerf and rebuild, ensuring a fair fight for all.
Game director Axel Rydby took to the official Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Discord to spill the beans. It turns out the Burn status effect has been wreaking havoc, growing stronger and stronger at high Mastery levels. This little bugger has become the overlord of afflictions, obliterating any semblance of challenge in the endgame.
"We want you to surprise us with the powerful builds you find and construct," Rydby exclaimed. "We want you to continuously find a new meta and then break it by finding a better one. While the Burn build is undeniably powerful and fun - as it should be! - we didn't intend for it to be the only viable endgame build."
So, what's the plan? Well, Rocksteady has decided to bring Burn back to its original scaling, taming its wild power. But that's not all. The leaderboard situation is in shambles. Players have gone berserk with their overpowered Burn builds, throwing everything off balance. The only solution? A cleansing fire. Yes, folks, they're wiping the leaderboard slate clean and starting fresh.
"Since this change will have a profound impact on the leaderboards and your ongoing progression, we are committed to creating a new leaderboard for all of you. This way, you can continue to explore different builds within the game," Rydby declared with conviction.
Now, we understand this might not be the most welcome news for those who have poured their heart and soul into creating a broken Burn build and climbing the existing leaderboard. But fret not, for Rocksteady has a compromise in store. Your dubious achievements shall be immortalized in a separate tab, a testament to your glorious exploits, visible to all.
"This new leaderboard for Finite Crisis will become the active one for all players, and in the leaderboard menu, you will be able to swap back and witness your previous entries, glorified for all to see," Rydby assured, offering solace to the leaderboard veterans.
As for the patch's release date, it remains shrouded in mystery. However, community manager Darroch Brown tantalizingly hinted that it's coming "soon." So, keep your capes ready, your gadgets primed, and your skills honed, because the battle for justice is about to be reignited.
Love it or loathe it, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League deserves to be judged for what it is – a game that's constantly evolving and striving for balance. So, embrace the chaos, embrace the challenge, and get ready to rewrite the leaderboard history. The Squad awaits, ready to burn the competition and rise to new heights!