"Kill the Justice League."

Look: 5 things you missed in the Suicide Squad game trailer

The DC FanDome trailer quickly brushes over these reveals.

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After over a year of silence, WB Games unveiled a new trailer for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League at DC FanDome 2021.

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While it doesn’t show gameplay, this trailer teased how Arkham series developer Rocksteady Games will portray two of DC’s most iconic teams.

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The new story trailer did have some blink-and-you’ll-miss-it teases. These five Easter eggs stick out the most.

5. John Stewart is this universe’s Green Lantern

One brief shot in the trailer confirms that the Green Lantern of the Arkham-verse is John Stewart.

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Earth’s fourth Green Lantern rose to prominence thanks to the Justice League animated series, but he’ll take on a more villainous role here under the influence of Brainiac.

4. The Hall of Justice is an important location

The Suicide Squad walks and fights inside the Hall of Justice during the trailer.

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It appears that A.R.G.U.S. operates out of the Hall of Justice. Could it serve as a base of operations for the Suicide Squad?

3. Wonder Woman isn’t evil

You won’t kill every member of the Justice League.

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Wonder Woman fights Superman at one point in the trailer, so she may remain free from Brainiac’s control and stay one of the good guys for the duration of the game.

2. Poison Ivy might be in the game

The Suicide Squads is grabbed by large vines in one shot of the trailer.

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Poison Ivy seemingly died in Arkham Knight, but she has apparently rejuvenated herself in Metropolis.

1. The Batmobile makes an appearance

Someone is driving a car with a bat signal on it in the trailer.

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Arkham Knight featured a lot of Batmobile gameplay. Will Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League also let players control the iconic vehicle?

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be released for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X sometime in 2022.